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... BREAST CANCER BREAST CANCER Health experts have found that the risk factors associated with the development of breast cancer can be divided into three major categories, which are lifestyle, genetic, and medical conditions (Nelson, Smith, Griffin and Fu, 2013). As far as lifestyle risk factors are concerned, four major conditions that can mentioned, all of which pose some level of risk to women. In terms of premenopausal breast cancer, smoking has been found to be the most likely risk factor (Wallace, 2012). This notwithstanding, menopausal breast cancer is also higher in women who smoke. Overall, women’s risk of getting breast cancer is said to increase by 35-50% (Gøtzsche and Nielsen, 2011)....