BREAST CANCER RISK ASSESSMENT

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Being a woman is the main risk factor for breast cancer. But there are other factors that influence risk as well. Learning about the risk factors that affect you can help you make good lifestyle and screening decisions.

 

Note: This assessment is designed for women. It is also not intended to be a substitute for a visit with your healthcare provider.

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1. Are you 55 or older?

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2. Do you have a close blood relative who’s had breast cancer?

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3. Do you have dense breast tissue?

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4. Have you been diagnosed with a benign breast condition?

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5. Did you have your first menstrual period before age 12 or go through menopause after age 55?

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6. Do you have mutations of your BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes?

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7. Have you used birth control pills in the last 10 years?

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8. Did you give birth to your first child after age 30? Or have you never given birth?

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9. If you had children, did you bottle feed them rather than breastfeed them?

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10. Have you taken estrogen and progesterone — known as combined hormone therapy — for the relief of menopausal symptoms?

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11. Are you overweight or obese?

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12. Do you drink alcohol?

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13. Do you get little or no exercise?

 

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14. Did you or your mother take the drug diethylstilbestrol while pregnant?

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15. Have you been treated with radiation to your chest?

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16. Have you ever had breast cancer?

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