Breast Cancer is becoming more common in Women under 50

DES Daughters are 82% more likely to develop breast cancer after age 40 …

Breast Cancer are becoming more common in Women under 50
DES Daughters are 82% more likely to develop breast cancer after age 40 …

The number of UK women under aged 50 diagnosed with breast cancer has topped 10,000 for the first time. While it’s not clear why the rates are rising in this age group, survival rates among women under 50 are improving thanks to research and increased awareness of the disease.

DES Daughters are 82% more likely to develop breast cancer after age 40 … Could the fact that Breast cancer in women under 50 is becoming more common be explained by the fact that the majority of DES Daughters are only reaching their 40’s now … ??? Just wondering?

More on Breast Cancer Symptoms via CancerResearchUK.org

Download  CancerResearchUK Breast Cancer Quick Guide

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

6 thoughts on “Breast Cancer is becoming more common in Women under 50”

  1. From what I can see, the 10 pages of the Cancer Research UK Breast Cancer Quick Guide does not mention DES (diethylstilboestrol) exposure. Shame!
    Carol

  2. Off course it is (A) our foods have the goodness manufactured out of them for example bread has had iodine taken out since the 1920’s rendering almost useless to us. (B) we eat fast food to much (c) we have too much food available to us and (d) we do not do as much physicial work anymore or for example ride a pushbike to work, for most it is impossible, then we coat ourselves with poisons like shampoo, etc etc etc ALL this in minuette proportions add up in our blood cells over time then the finial straw is get a Dr get a script and add more workload on our bodies = OVERLOAD
    Barry

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