Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women between the ages of 15 and 39, accounting for 5.6% of all invasive breast cancer in women. Adolescents and young adult are more likely than older women to have familial cancer predisposition genes, larger breast tumors, unfavorable biological characteristics, distant metastatic disease at diagnosis, and poor outcomes. Breast cancer is one of several diseases in the cancer family. The ducts that link the lobules to the nipple and the milk-producing glands known as lobules make up the breast tissues. Lymphatic, connective, and fatty tissues make up the remaining breast tissue. The most common type of cancer in the world is breast cancer. Breast cancer is a serious health danger for women everywhere. One million women are given breast cancer diagnoses each year (1). According to the WHO’s 2008 GLOBOCAN, breast cancer is the most frequent cancer in women, affecting an estimated 1.38 million women. Cancer affects everyone, including the young and old, the rich and the poor, women and children. Families in Pakistan are experiencing severe financial and social challenges as a result. Pakistan is a developing nation where the majority of people reside in rural areas. There is no institutional health infrastructure for the rural population in Pakistan’s rural areas. Women who lack literacy are more likely to get breast cancer because they are less conscious of their hygiene needs. Because of prejudice based on gender, the majority of Pakistani women do not have adequate access to medical facilities. Women make up more than half of the population. In Pakistan, breast cancer and STDs are now two of the most prevalent diseases among women. In Pakistan’s rural areas, socioeconomic. Conditions are to blame for the women’s bad health. One in nine Pakistani women has developed breast cancer at some point in their lives. Pakistan has Asia’s highest breast cancer incidence rate. Additionally, young women present with advanced breast cancer, which has a detrimental impact on prognosis. Due to the genetic nature of breast cancer, which is passed from mother to daughter, rural women experience an annual increase in the disease. Cervical, ovarian, and uterine cancer affect Pakistani women in both rural and urban areas. Risk of developing breast cancer in young girls is as follow
• Harm to your breast
• The use of deodorants
• Wearing an underwire bras
• Getting a nipple piercing
• Keeping a phone in your breast pocket