Number of Women Who Get Breast Cancer Over 10 Years

AgeEstimated risk
30 to 39Less than 1 in 100
40 to 49About 1 in 100
50 to 59About 2 in 100
60 to 69About 3 in 100
70 to 79About 4 in 100

Estimated risk for women in the United States. This information comes from Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) Cancer Statistics Review, 1975–2005, National Cancer Institute.

From: Reducing the Risk of Breast Cancer With Medicine

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