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Many breast cancer survivors recall stories of social ostracisation, following diagnosis. Breast cancer is not a communicable disease. These ladies are more normal than most.Please support these ladies with your positivity....they need it!Do not shun them! For further details, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head, Breast Surgical Oncology, Max Cancer Centre, Max Hospital, Patparganj
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WHO TREATS BREAST CANCER? It is not unusual to see patients visiting their gynecologists/obstetricians with a breast complaint before they are guided to a breast surgeon or specialist.While Germany is one of very few countries where gynecologists deal with breast diseases as well as gynecological diseases, breast diseases are treated by surgeons in India. Breast cancer needs to be detected early to get the best of results and any suspicious lump should be brought to the notice of a breast cancer specialist at the earliest. For further details, please contact Dr Geeta Kadayaprath, Head, Breast Cancer Services, Max Hospital, Patparganj.
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Cancer is a feared word! It is almost like pronouncement of death. This can’t be farther from truth. One of my patients who I treated 8 years ago for a locally advanced breast cancer died last week. God bless her soul!She was a diabetic with heart disease and her heart gave up on her. Cancer was nowhere in sight. Instead, cancer gave her the chance to do all that she had put on the back burner! It is time that cancer is looked upon as yet another chronic disease!
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SURGERY FOR BREAST CANCER IS NOT ABOUT REMOVING BREASTS, ALWAYS… In the 1960’s, the conviction that breast cancer was a systemic disease at inception and not a local disease, prompted trials to address one question- ‘Are we doing too much?’ Radical mastectomy was replaced by modified radical mastectomy- a procedure not as mutilating as radical mastectomy ( the chest muscles were preserved)but still one, which involved loss of an organ. Moreover, to a woman, it meant much more than the loss of an organ. It probably entailed a huge psychological blow besides casting a shadow on her feminity. She, being the woman she was, in those days, came to terms with this loss, in the best manner possible. All that mattered to her was her getting well, on her feet and ready to discharge the duties of a wife, mother, daughter and more. And there was really no choice then because the doctors treating her were also convinced that sacrificing the breast was the only chance of getting well. More tomorrow.....on Evolution of treatment
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The alarms go off when one sees breast cancer happening in young women. We analysed our data at Max Patparganj and found that 12.9% of 511 patients operated in the last 3 years were under 40 years of age..Unfortunate, but the good news is only 5% have succumbed to the disease so far! Breast Cancer in the Young- the theme of the 18th Delhi Breast Oncology Group Meeting!!

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