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Also, I should not be part of her project, whether it is direction or production. She should take her own baby steps towards her own passion in life.

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Today, it is just over A growing number of women, including well-known figures such as Cherie Blair and Madonna, are having children in their forties. In , out of nearly , births, 41, were to women aged 35 or over and 7, to women of 40 or more. In , out of nearly , births, 82, were to women 35 or over and 12, to women of 40 or more.

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Richard Sullivan, head of clinical programmes at the Cancer Research Campaign said: 'Women are more likely to be pursuing their careers and put off having children until later in life. Women from the affluent southern regions - who are more likely to pursue careers - have a higher breast cancer risk than their northern counterparts.

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Doctors said the huge rise in cases of breast cancer could also be related to improved screening - as more cancers are being detected. Britain's obesity epidemic may also be putting women at greater risk, particularly if they have gone through the menopause, according to experts. Professor Gordon McVie, director-general of the Cancer Research Campaign, said: 'There is a lot of data on the links between oestrogen and breast cancer.

It may be that breast cells in older women cannot respond in a normal way to the high oestrogen levels during pregnancy. Despite the rise in cases, experts from the two charities say the falling death rate from breast cancer over the last decade is 'hugely encouraging'. A total of 13, women are dying of breast cancer every year in Britain, but the death rates have tumbled by up to 30 per cent in the last ten years.

In comparison, survival rates for lung cancer are still desperately low, with around 37, Britons dying of the disease every year. Doctors say the improved survival rate for breast cancer is due to early treatment - thanks to screening -and to more sophisticated drugs and therapies, such as Tamoxifen and the anti-cancer drugs Taxol and Taxotere, made from yew tree bark.

Sir Paul Nurse, director-general of the Imperial Cancer Research Fund, said: 'The good news is that, despite the increase in the number of new breast cancer cases, survival rates continue to improve and over 70 per cent of women are now successfully treated.

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Delyth Morgan, chief executive of the charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer, said the increased risk of developing the disease was 'a huge concern for women', adding: 'The figures are staggering and confirm what women have worried about for years. No comments have so far been submitted. Why not be the first to send us your thoughts, or debate this issue live on our message boards. Share or comment on this article:. Most watched News videos Hilarious video shows dog riding around the house on vacuum cleaner Couple find Aldi prepared vegetables repackaged for Waitrose Lib Dem candidate Claire Malcomson appears in racy Belgian advert Lisa Wilkinson swipes at Prince Andrew over Jeffrey Epstein links Inside the heartbreaking world of child slave labor miners Prince Harry praises 'inspirational' young people at OnSide Awards Duchess of Cambridge arrives by train to open children's hospice Epstein Scandal: Prince Andrew says they 'were not that close' Prince Andrew on rekindling his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein San Diego Police hold a press conference about alleged murder-suicide Royal Navy sailors are filmed passed out after 'drunken rampage' Tesco celebrates its th anniversary in Christmas advert.

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