Mammary dysplasia or fibrocystic breast disease (FBD) is the most common cause of breast nodules in women aged 30 to 50 years. It is described as a benign (non-cancerous) condition of the breast currently affecting over 60% of women.
Breast cancer ranks first among all malignancies in women. Incidence of breast cancer has increased slowly, but continuously in the course of recent years. Statistics show that every 3 minutes a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer worldwide, and 1 of every 8 women runs the risk of developing this condition. Unfortunately, breast cancer remains a major public healthissue for the European Union with an incidence of approximately 109/100,000 women / year and a mortality of about 38/100,000 women / year.
Because of increasing depopulation, use of resources to increase fertility becomes of great importance. The growth of infertility is due to various factors most often associated with the influence of the environment on human reproduction (chemicals, radiation, lifestyle, work type and so on).