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- What Are the Risk Factors for Breast Cancer?
- Ovarian cancer in the world: epidemiology and risk factors
- Epidemiology of Endocrine-Related Risk Factors for Breast Cancer
- Global scenario on ovarian cancer – Its dynamics, relative survival, treatment, and epidemiology
What Are the Risk Factors for Breast Cancer?
Ovarian and other hormones are major determinants of breast cancer risk. Particularly important is the accumulative exposure of the breast to circulating levels of the ovarian hormones estradiol and progesterone. A number of breast cancer risk factors can be understood in light of how they affect women's hormone profiles. Age is a marker for the onset and cessation of ovarian activity. Racial differences in hormone profiles correlate with breast cancer incidence patterns.
Age at menarche not only serves as the chronological indicator of the onset of ovarian activity, but as a predictor of ovulatory frequency during adolescence and hormone levels in young adults, and has a long-lasting influence on risk.
Age at menopause, another established breast cancer risk factor, marks the cessation of ovarian activity. Pregnancy history and lactation experience also are hormonal markers of breast cancer risk. Postmenopausal obesity, which is associated with higher levels of estrogen following cessation of ovarian activity, increases breast cancer risk, whereas physical activity, which can limit menstrual function, reduces risk.
A relatively recent area of investigation is prenatal exposures like preeclampsia and low birth weight; both may be associated with lower in utero exposure to estrogen and also may predict lower breast cancer risk as an adult. Improved understanding of these exposures and their potential interactions with breast cancer susceptibility genes may, in the future, improve our prospects for breast cancer prevention.
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Ovarian cancer in the world: epidemiology and risk factors
Ovarian cancer is the 7 th cause of death and morbidity in females worldwide. This is to encourage the growth, proliferation, and multiplication of cells. Ovarian cancer is a complex neoplastic assembly, usually affecting women over the age of The highest ovarian cancer incidence was registered and reported in in the US Asian countries with the highest prevalence of ovarian carcinoma include Singapore, Brunei, and Kazakhstan. Atypia subtype consists of benign, borderline, with an aberrated proliferation of tumors and a low malignant potential, while malignant, involves an invasive or non-invasive type of ovarian cancer.
Epidemiology of Endocrine-Related Risk Factors for Breast Cancer
Studies have shown that your risk for breast cancer is due to a combination of factors. The main factors that influence your risk include being a woman and getting older. Most breast cancers are found in women who are 50 years old or older. Some women will get breast cancer even without any other risk factors that they know of. Having a risk factor does not mean you will get the disease, and not all risk factors have the same effect.
Various risk factors have been associated with epithelial ovarian cancer risk in observational epidemiological studies. However, the causal nature of the risk factors reported, and thus their suitability as effective intervention targets, is unclear given the susceptibility of conventional observational designs to residual confounding and reverse causation. Mendelian randomization MR uses genetic variants as proxies for risk factors to strengthen causal inference in observational studies. We used MR to evaluate the association of 12 previously reported risk factors reproductive, anthropometric, clinical, lifestyle, and molecular factors with risk of invasive epithelial ovarian cancer, invasive epithelial ovarian cancer histotypes, and low malignant potential tumours. We obtained summary statistics for the association of these SNPs with risk of overall and histotype-specific invasive epithelial ovarian cancer 22, cases; 40, controls and low malignant potential tumours 3, cases; 40, controls from the Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium OCAC.
Aim: Ovarian cancer is one of the most common gynecologic cancers that has the highest mortality rate. Considering the fact that knowledge on the incidence, mortality of ovarian cancer, as well as its risk factors is necessary for planning and preventing complications, this study was conducted with the aim of examining the epidemiology and risk factors of ovarian cancer in the world. Materials and methods: In order to access the articles, Medline, Web of Science Core Collection, and Scopus databases were searched from their start to the year Full-text, English observational studies that referred to various aspects of ovarian cancer were included in the study.
Global scenario on ovarian cancer – Its dynamics, relative survival, treatment, and epidemiology
Open Journal Systems. Journal Help. User Username Password Remember me. Font Size. Abstract Ovarian cancer OC is the seventh most commonly diagnosed cancer among women in the world and the tenth most common inChina.
Ovarian and other hormones are major determinants of breast cancer risk. Particularly important is the accumulative exposure of the breast to circulating levels of the ovarian hormones estradiol and progesterone. A number of breast cancer risk factors can be understood in light of how they affect women's hormone profiles. Age is a marker for the onset and cessation of ovarian activity. Racial differences in hormone profiles correlate with breast cancer incidence patterns. Age at menarche not only serves as the chronological indicator of the onset of ovarian activity, but as a predictor of ovulatory frequency during adolescence and hormone levels in young adults, and has a long-lasting influence on risk. Age at menopause, another established breast cancer risk factor, marks the cessation of ovarian activity.
Ovarian Cancer. Etiology, Risk Factors, and Epidemiology. HUNN, JESSICA MD; RODRIGUEZ, GUSTAVO C. MD. Author Information.
Risk Factors You Cannot Change
We have created a central resources hub for Health Professionals which hosts all of our CRUK resources and further materials to help with managing the pandemic. We are updating the information as guidance changes. There is also a page specifically for patients on our about cancer hub. Older age is the main risk factor for cancer. This largely reflects cell DNA damage accumulating over time. Damage can result from biological processes or from exposure to risk factors.
Correspondence Address : Dr. Background: Ovarian cancer is the seventh most common cancer in women in the world and Trinidad and Tobago is ranked 18 th in the world with respect to the rate of occurrence.