Amanda Holden posted nude photos to get attention

Amanda Holden, judge for Talent Is You, shares her bare breasts

The jury member of Yetenek Sizsiniz has published the moments when a chest X-ray was taken. Amanda Holden, 49-year-old British TV star and jury member of You Are Your Talent, videotaped those moments as a topless x-ray for early detection of breast cancer.

Amanda Holden, who showed her breasts in the Talent You are program and later admitted that she deliberately made her breasts come out to raise the ratings of the show, again made a very talkative shoot.

Holden videotaped those moments while X-rays were taken topless to draw attention to the importance of early diagnosis in breast cancer. Holden shared pictures of her naked to draw attention to breast cancer. The effort to draw attention to the spread of breast cancer among women is correct.

Holden spoke to a microphone in the x-ray room and told all women that early diagnosis of breast cancer is very important and that all women should take x-rays.

“I’m in the hospital this morning for a chest X-ray. I always take regular x-rays, every time I get anxious before I get an X-ray, but after that time I’ll throw away that worry,” Holden said. Holden, who spoke toplessly into the microphone in front of the device, said that all women should do this.

The nurse who worked on the x-ray said Holden regularly comes to the x-ray and that after talking to Holden, there has been a huge increase in the number of women who have x-rays.

Breast Cancer Risk Factors

  • Be woman,
  • Being between the ages of 50-70 and in the post-menopausal period,
  • Having relatives with breast cancer in the family (on the mother or father’s side) (the closer the degree of kinship and the more relatives with breast cancer, the higher the risk).
  • Having had breast cancer before,
  • Early menstrual onset, late menopause,
  • Never gave birth
  • Having the first birth after the age of 30,
  • Having given birth but not breastfeeding her baby,
  • Long-term hormone therapy,
  • Living in a modern city life environment,
  • Smoking and using tobacco products,
  • Obesity; gaining excess weight especially after menopause and consuming excessive amounts of foods rich in saturated fats,
  • Lack of physical activity.

What are the symptoms of breast cancer? How about breast cancer treatment?

The formation and proliferation of cancer cells in the milk ducts or milk glands located in the breast tissue is called breast cancer. In this type of cancer, the formation and proliferation of malignant cells progress very slowly at the beginning. The disease usually does not show symptoms in the early stages. For this reason, early diagnosis of breast cancer becomes very difficult in women who do not have routine screening. In breast cancer, which initially progresses slowly, as the stage of the disease progresses, the growth rate of cancer cells increases and can spread to different tissues and organs. Treatment success is very high in breast cancer cases diagnosed without spreading to other parts of the body via blood and lymph.

What are the symptoms of breast cancer?

Breast cancer, which progresses insidiously without symptoms for many years, begins to show symptoms such as the following as its stage progresses:

  • Palpable swelling in the chest or armpit area
  • Discharge from the nipple
  • Deformity, collapse and color change in the nipple
  • Eczema-like skin rash and peeling on the nipple
  • Redness and scarring in the nipple
  • Weight loss
  • Breast pain
  • Weakness and fatigue

What is the treatment for breast cancer?

Breast cancer treatment depends on many factors such as the stage and type of the disease, and the patient’s sensitivity.

Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy is one of the most commonly used treatment methods in breast cancer. In this treatment, cancer cells are tried to be destroyed with the help of chemical drugs.
Radiotherapy (Radiotherapy): Unlike chemotherapy, in radiotherapy, cancer cells are destroyed with the help of radiation.
Surgical Operation: It is performed by surgical removal of the area where cancer cells spread.

The removal of the breast mass is known as lumpectomy, and the removal of certain areas from neighboring tissues besides the breast tissue is known as mastectomy operation.
Hormonal therapy: It is a treatment method applied in the form of suppression of hormones that are effective in the growth and proliferation of cancer cells.
In breast cancer, where early diagnosis is of vital importance, preventive treatment is as important as the treatment of existing patients.

In order to detect cancer formation in the breast, it should be checked whether there is any mass in the breast area by performing self-examination every month. Apart from this, it is recommended to have mammography every 2 years after the age of 40, and every year if there is a family history of cancer. In individuals diagnosed with breast cancer as a result of the tests performed, treatment can be started immediately within the framework of the plan recommended by the physician, and the problems caused by cancer can be prevented.

If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer, you should have regular health checks and pay attention to your treatment process.

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