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Breast Cancer 2

Page history last edited by Emely Richardson 14 years, 7 months ago

Breast Cancer

 

 

 

 

       How Breast Cancer Develops 

Different Types 

Am I at Risk?

Do I Have Breast Cancer?

Treatments

Support

Awareness

 

 

 

 

What is breast cancer?

     Breast cancer is the rapid, uncontrollable division of tissue cells in the breast of mostly women, but ocassionally in men. It is sometimes deadly and 1 in 8 women have a chance developing it at some point in their life. Breast cancer often exists as a lump within the tissue of the breast.[1]

 

 

(above picture from) [2]

 

 

             

              This is a photo of a woman's normal functioning breast. [3]         This is a photo of a breast with a cancerous tumor. [4]

 

 

 

Website created by: Amanda Lengerich and Emely Richardson

Footnotes

  1. Carey, Lisa A., and William Irvin, Jr.. "Breast cancer." World Book Student. World Book, 2009. Web. 25 Oct. 2009.
  2. Carey, Lisa A., and William Irvin, Jr.. "Breast cancer." World Book Student. World Book, 2009. Web. 25 Oct. 2009.
  3. Wax, Arnold. "Breast Cancer and the Normal Breast." WebMD. 20 Jun 2009. Web. 28 Oct 2009. .
  4. "Breast Cancer." eCureMe. 2004. eCureMe Inc., Web. 1 Nov 2009. < www.ecureme.com/.../data/breast_cancer550_ab.htm>.

Comments (28)

rryoung@... said

at 8:12 am on Oct 29, 2009

Good first page. Maybe even add a little color to headings, subheadings.

Joseph Wells said

at 9:02 am on Nov 4, 2009

Well explained information, easy to navigate, (and the pink font was a nice touch).

Clinton Blose said

at 9:08 am on Nov 4, 2009

Good use of different pictures, and good information that is well organized

Kyle Gooding said

at 9:12 am on Nov 4, 2009

This is well organized! I really like how you have a link back to the home page it helps very much

Bradley Vivace said

at 9:14 am on Nov 4, 2009

The organization makes this page very navigable. The pictures provide a good visual.

Alex Burgan said

at 9:32 am on Nov 4, 2009

Very easy to navigate, and provides a lot of useful information.

Cheryl Twyman said

at 9:41 am on Nov 4, 2009

The pictures are a great way to show what areas are really being effected. The layout of the page is really good, along with the use of color.

Alex Gregory said

at 10:23 am on Nov 4, 2009

I like the links back to the home page and the organization made it very easy to find everything on your pages.

Jessica Hall said

at 1:19 pm on Nov 4, 2009

The pictures allowed for a visual of where the cancer actually forms. Also, the format of the pages made it very easy to navigate the wiki.

Hannah Jenkins said

at 6:56 pm on Nov 4, 2009

Very good/interesting information in addition to the genetic aspect. Also, good pictures, links, and easy navigation.

Aaron Nehamkin said

at 9:33 pm on Nov 4, 2009

Your "At Risk" page was very straightforward and easy to understand. I like how you included things that aren't actually risk factors, but are believed to be.

Saumya Nagar said

at 9:55 pm on Nov 4, 2009

Wow. This was impressively organized and there was abundant information, pictures, and links to present the disorder with clarity.

Cara Maher said

at 8:52 am on Nov 5, 2009

The page is very easy to search. The information is in a great order.

Kiran Bassi said

at 8:53 am on Nov 5, 2009

You really went into depth with your information! The pictures help to understand how breast cancer develops. Overall, you have a lot of interesting information.

Cole Brandt said

at 8:55 am on Nov 5, 2009

Very organized, excellent information. One of the best ones I have seen

Audra Cokain said

at 8:56 am on Nov 5, 2009

I really like your idea of all the pink. The pictures help a lot and you had a lot of good information.

Leigh Anderson said

at 9:02 am on Nov 5, 2009

You guys have great pictures, I think they really add to the website. I really like your idea for a support page, it's really orginal and useful.

Emily Buis said

at 9:05 am on Nov 5, 2009

Your page was probably one of the best ones. It was well organized, informative, and interesting. The pictures helped a lot and the pink was a really nice touch too.

Jamie Milligan said

at 9:32 am on Nov 5, 2009

Great work on the page guys. I honestly had no idea how many risk factors there really were, it's also good to know that most who have the risk factors actually don't develop breast cancer as well

Kyle Gooding said

at 9:33 am on Nov 5, 2009

I didnt know that if you had children after your 35 that can increase your risk. You guys really had a lot of info to help someone find out if they had breast cancer or not

Hannah Jenkins said

at 9:36 am on Nov 5, 2009

I liked seeing the disease in different stage, especially in accordance to the size. I also thought that chemotherapy was a type of radiation, but now I know that it is actually a use of drugs.

Alex Gregory said

at 9:37 am on Nov 5, 2009

I really liked to page that talked about risk factors. I didn't know that having children after age 35 increased your risk of having breast cancer. The types page was good too. I never realized that there is invasive breast cancer and inflammatory breast cancer. Also, I didn't know that some types of cancer can't be detected by a mammogram, like some inflammatory breast cancer.

Joseph Wells said

at 9:37 am on Nov 5, 2009

Genetic basis was well explained. (BRCA1-BRCA2). Nice job of finding all of the "exceptions to the rule" when it comes to risk factors and occurence. Pink ribbons and font added a feminine touch appropriate to the disease. (Unless you are a male affected with the disease, which I learned can occur!) Graphics explained breast anatomy thouroughly which helped to pinpoint where the cancer develops.

Chelsea Johnson said

at 9:37 am on Nov 5, 2009

I didn't know there were so many different kinds of treatment for breast cancer besides surgery. Hormone therapy sounds the most promising, and I hope scientists continue to develop effective treatments. Since breast cancer is in part genetic, maybe eventually we will be better able to predict the occurance of breast cancer.
I also found it interesting that breast cancer was 'discovered' so recently. If we've come so far in treatment at this point, I can't wait to see what we'll know in 40 years.

Leigh Anderson said

at 9:39 am on Nov 5, 2009

The Am I at Risk Page had a lot of great information. I had no idea that the age of childbirth, or your race affected your chances of contracting the disease. The links to the support pages were a great addition. I didn't realize such support organizations existed.

Jessica Hall said

at 9:41 am on Nov 5, 2009

Before reading the "Types" page, I only thought that there was all breast cancer was the same. However, after reading the page I learned that there are two types, invasive and inflammatory, and the invasive category is broken up into subgroups. I also learned that the cancer usually begins to form in the duct or gland of the breast.

Emily Buis said

at 9:49 am on Nov 5, 2009

I did not realize that there are so many risk factors for breast cancer that we can control, such as weight, age of childbirth and alcohol consumption. I was also surpirsed that we didn't discover it until the 1980's, because it is such a damaging and common disease.

Mariah Jones said

at 9:55 am on Nov 5, 2009

I like how you listed all the levels of breast cancer, makes it seem like that are ways that you can help prevent earlier especailly with the link to the steps to finding out if you do have.

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