Pakistan:40,000 women die of breast cancer each year

Pukhtun Nama Web News

Pakistan alone has the highest rate of Breast Cancer than any other Asian country as approximately 90000 new cases are diagnosed every year out of which 40000 die.

Theo or breast cancer is more commonly seen in women than men. Although breast cancer is treatable, Pakistan, up to 40% percent of women between the ages of 40 and 50 are diagnosed with cancer, most of whom die. Similarly, in neighboring 1700 women die each year in Afghanistan due this disease.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says breast cancer is the second leading cause of death for women in the world, accounting for one in nine.

A recent study by the World Health Organization (WHO) found that cancer was on the rise around the world, with more than 10 million people died from the disease in the year 2018 and more than 18 million got the disease.

The symptoms of breast cancer are that you should see a doctor immediately after urination:

If you have blood or other secretions from your breasts, do not be careless and be sure to see a doctor for further examinations.

If you have dry skin around the tip of the breast or teat and start peeling, it may also be a sign of danger.

Be sure to see a doctor if you have a chest injury.

If your breasts become swollen, inflamed or swollen, take them as a serious risk

If you find a small lump in your chest or armpits, see a doctor immediately.

Women should have their breasts examined for any menstrual cramps that occur to them.

There may be a problem when the shape of your tit changes.

If you have chest tightness or increased sensitivity that hurts even with a small touch, you should seek further examination.