The National Breast Cancer Alliance has released its latest report for the year ending March 31, which includes a comprehensive overview of the disease’s impact on the U.S. population and highlights the best ways to combat it.
The Alliance, a trade group of more than 100 organizations, released the report this week as a part of its Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign.
The report, which focuses on prevention, was based on the National Breast Health Index, a national survey conducted by the nonprofit group American Cancer Society.
The survey also found that women between the ages of 25 and 34 who had undergone breast cancer screening had the highest rates of cancer mortality in the nation.
The group also found the breast cancer rate was highest in women of color.
The latest report, from the alliance, is the latest in a series that began in May with a study from the American Cancer Association, which concluded that the country is facing a crisis of breast cancer.
Since the early 1970s, the U, as a whole, has seen an average of 13 new cases of breast and ovarian cancer each day, according to the report.
That rate has nearly doubled since 1990.
In 2016, the nation recorded nearly 9,000 new cases, and that number is expected to rise in the coming years, the report found.
The findings are especially alarming given the fact that breast cancer is still the leading cause of death in the United States, with nearly 40,000 deaths reported in the first half of 2018, according the report’s authors.
“Women have been told over and over again that it’s OK to delay the diagnosis and treatment of breast or ovarian cancer,” said Amy Binder, executive director of the Alliance.
“But our research shows that’s not the case.”
Women can get breast cancer through a variety of ways.
The most common way to catch it is through having a genetic mutation, known as the HER2 mutation, that causes the body to produce an abnormal version of a protein called HER2C.
But the number of new cases are likely to continue to grow, and there are several reasons for that.
“The breast cancer burden has grown dramatically, and more women are developing the HER1C mutation,” said Binder.
“As this mutation increases, the risk for breast cancer goes up as well.”
Some researchers are working to understand why.
“It’s really important to understand how the HER genes are getting mutated so that we can better target the genes that can help us stop the spread of breast cancers,” said Dr. Elizabeth Schleifer, an expert on breast cancer at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
“A lot of women have been waiting for this.
This is an exciting time to be doing research on HER2.
But this is also a time to start thinking about the risk that this mutation may have on women.”
As the nation struggles to find a way to stop the disease, a growing number of women are turning to lifestyle changes to combat its effects.
Some women are experimenting with eating a lower-fat diet and avoiding certain types of coffee, according