Background radiation is always present in our environment. It is inescapable and provides each of us with a continuous, small radiation dose. The sources of background radiation in our environment are cosmic rays from the universe, naturally occurring radioactive substances in the food and water we eat and drink, the air we breathe, in the ground, in building materials and so on. The amount of background radiation varies in different parts of the world due to the radioactivity of the soil, latitude, height above sea level and lifestyle predominantly indoors or outdoors.
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Cells in the body normally divide reproduce only when new cells are needed. Sometimes, cells in a part of the body grow and divide out of control, which creates a mass of tissue called a tumor. If the cells that are growing out of control are normal cells, the tumor is called benign not cancerous. If, however, the cells that are growing out of control are abnormal and don't function like the body's normal cells, the tumor is called malignant cancerous. Cancers are named after the part of the body from which they originate. Breast cancer originates in the breast tissue. Like other cancers , breast cancer can invade and grow into the tissue surrounding the breast.
A rash under breast can be caused by fungal or yeast infections. Sweating during exercise and heat can cause a rash on the breast area. While these may not be serious, other causes of a prickly, burning and recurring breast bumps and rashes such as diabetes and cancer can be worrisome. This article discusses the causes and treatments that get rid of a red, sore and itchy rash under and between breasts. When you get a rash on your skin, especially where there are skin folds, it is likely to become sore and itchy.
Accounting for one to five percent of all breast cancer cases in the United States, inflammatory breast cancer, or IBC, is an aggressive, rare form of this disease. Most cases are invasive ductal carcinomas, which develop in the cells lining the milk ducts and spread throughout the breast. Cells also blocks the lymph vessels located in the skin of the breast. Below are some of the pictures of IBC for reference only, you may not experience them at all.