Breast cancer is common due to various risk factors.

Genetic mutations increase breast cancer susceptibility.

Hormonal factors contribute to the high prevalence.

Aging is a significant risk factor for breast cancer.

Family history and inherited gene mutations play a role.

Environmental factors and exposure to certain substances contribute.

Obesity and a sedentary lifestyle increase breast cancer risk.

Early onset of menstruation and late menopause are factors.

Hormone replacement therapy can elevate the risk.

Lack of breastfeeding and alcohol consumption are linked to breast cancer.

Dense breast tissue is associated with a higher incidence.