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Depression in Survivors of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer has been largely associated with females; since, as the name implies the disease is related to a cancerous development in the breast tissue. However, the condition is not limited to just women, and a small percentage of men can also be diagnosed with breast cancer. The cancer can form due to mutations in specific genes that you have inherited from any of your parents. Another reason may be the higher level of female hormones in a male person. Furthermore, the condition is worse in men since the symptoms are disregarded by men at the beginning which delays the diagnosis. Despite the patient being healed with a proper treatment, there is a lot to handle even after cancer has been

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