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Married and have children, particularly in women should not be done at too young age. Postpone until completely mature, the risk of malignant cancer of the breast will be smaller than if you rush to have children.
Research conducted at the "Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center" is suggested women who want to have children should wait 15 years since her first menstrual period. Thus, the risk of triple-negative breast cancer will be reduced 60 percent.
Triple negative breast cancer is one form of aggressive breast cancer and is quite rare. Of all cases of breast cancer, only an estimated 10 to 20 percent are included in the form or type that is not affected by this hormone.
Because development is not influenced by the hormone such as other breast cancers, triple-negative breast cancer is also more difficult to cure. Hormone inhibitor drugs like Tamoxifen has been shown to be ineffective to cope.
We found that the distance between the first period with the first live birth is inversely proportional to the risk of triple negative breast cancer.
That is, more far the distance between the first menstruation with the birth of the first child's then the risk of fatal cancers will be lower. If given within 15 years the risk was reduced by 60 percent.
In addition to delaying the age to have children, the risk of triple-negative breast cancer can be reduced by breastfeeding. So for those who already have children, do not be lazy to breastfeed because it will also provide a protective effect against the risk of triple negative breast cancer.
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