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Awareness about self is of paramount importance in detecting cancer early. Breast self examination will familiarise you with your own breasts and help you catch abnormalities early. If you do, please report to a Breast Surgeon!
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Awareness about self is of paramount importance in detecting cancer early. Breast self examination will familiarise you with your own breasts and help you catch abnormalities early. If you do, please report to a Breast Surgeon!
Stirring Souls - Bliss Foundation -  Breast Cancer Awareness Group in Delhi

Bliss Foundation held its first fundraiser on 29th Sept 2017 at LTG auditorium, Copernicus Marg, Delhi. Mame Khan, the famous Rajasthani folk singer was the performer of the day. Many large hearted people and organisations came forward to help the cause. Thankful to each of them.
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Stirring Souls - Bliss Foundation - Breast Cancer Awareness Group in Delhi Bliss Foundation held its first fundraiser on 29th Sept 2017 at LTG auditorium, Copernicus Marg, Delhi. Mame Khan, the famous Rajasthani folk singer was the performer of the day. Many large hearted people and organisations came forward to help the cause. Thankful to each of them.
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One of the first decisions you may have to make is which type of operation you'll have. You may be offered a choice of breast-conserving surgery, (usually referred to as lumpectomy or wide local excision) or a total mastectomy (removal of all the breast tissue including the nipple area). Sometimes it can be helpful to talk through your choices with your breast care nurse and discuss how each would affect you. Dr. Geeta Kadayaprath - Breast Cancer Treatment in Delhi
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Today I complete 22 years of marriage and I thought this an opportune time to look back at my life with satisfaction. My marriage was arranged by my parents through mutual friends. My husband is an engineer and the one time we met before the process began, he had decided and I was still unsure. I was trying to peer into the crystal ball, hoping to figure out how this arrangement would work for me. I was training to be a surgeon, not a choice many sensible women at that time made. The questions kept me awake- would he understand the demands of my profession, the late hours, the middle-of-the-night zipping to hospital to deal with an emergency etc? Would he understand my need to study further, maybe go abroad and work hard to give myself a full fledged career? His being an engineer did not help the cause at all. And then I stopped thinking and gave in to the wishes of my parents. When I look back at those 22 years gone by, I have plenty to be grateful for. For a woman to pursue a full fledged career is never easy anywhere in the world.What you make of it has plenty to do with the support you have. The support I had was truly unconditional. I completed my post graduation after marriage. My in-laws wanted me to carry on, unhindered, with my studies.FRCS soon followed with my parents chipping in to look after my little daughter. I went for a year long fellowship to London, leaving my daughter behind with my husband and mother in law. And did I stop? And did he stop me from pursuing my dreams? Not once! We are all imperfect in our own ways but valuing people for their strengths is what sustains relationships. His presence in my life has been the star and I can only wish him the very best that life has on offer!!
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Breast cancer can catch anyone by surprise. Why I say that is because the usual history is a lump felt in the breast over a few weeks to a month or two or more. Apparently innocent as it caused no pain or upset the rhythm of life. It was just there! I identify with this extremely unpleasant feeling of being caught out or cornered or ganged up against, when this innocuous lump is declared cancer, almost everyday. How could a lump which was just there till yesterday change life indelibly? The grief that accompanies the diagnosis is unfathomable in most. The denial that follows and the unfairness of the situation is quite hard hitting. I, as a Clinician, after so many years of being witness to this familiar response, still find it hard to say something sensible to console, especially if the affected is young. It is almost as if I am on their side, a part of their family, going through this heart- wrenching sequence. When I am at a loss, the best I do, is hold their hands and say everything will be alright. I want it that way and no other way, as every doctor would. And it works! I liken the situation to being in quicksand. If you struggle too much with the situation, you get pulled in, the brain gets clouded and wrong decisions are made. If you reach out to a helping hand, gently ease yourself out with coaxing and cajoling coming from your loved ones, you make it! How one handles the situation has a large part to play in what the final outcome would be. We do not choose situations in life and some situations do catch you unawares. What you can choose, is your response to the situation- accepting it, making light of it, taking it in your stride and going through treatment with the desire to heal and bounce back, is usually what winners do!!

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