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Young women diagnosed with breast cancer have a higher risk of mortality and worse prognosis than older women.

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The correct answer is, "A. True. Younger women suffer from more aggressive disease, including more advanced stages of disease and larger tumors, at diagnosis. A lower percentage of young women do not perform mammographic screenings, which may explain the advanced stages of disease associated with age. However, the lack of detection does not explain the etiological differences between young women and older women who are diagnosed with breast cancer."

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A. True

A. True

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Older more risk

Age50 to 59 more prone
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B. False Breast cancer isn't common in women under 40. A woman's risk of breast cancer throughout her 30s is just 1 in 227 , or about 0.4 percent. By age 40 to 50, the risk is roughly 1 in 68 , or about 1.5 percent. From age 60 to 70, the chance increases to 1 in 28 , or 3.6 percent.

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