• Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women. Symptoms include a lump or thickening of the breast, and changes to the skin or the nipple. Mostly women over the age of 50 are affected by breast cancer but younger women are also sometimes affected. One in nine women develops breast cancer at some stage in their life. Breast cancer can also develop in men, but which is rare. Breast cancer develops from a cancerous cell which develops in the lining of a mammary duct or a lobule in one of the breasts. It follows the classic progression though it often becomes systemic or widespread in the early onset of the disease. During this period, the cancer may metastasize, or spread through lymphatics or blood stream to areas elsewhere in the body. If breast cancer spreads to vital organs of the body, its presence will compromise the function of those organs. Fatal death is the result of extreme case of vital organ function.

  • All women should be educated by their human services supplier about the best screening choices for them. In spite of the fact that Breast growth screening can't counteract breast malignancy, it can discover breast disease early, when it is simpler to treat. Talk with your specialist about which breast screening tests are proper for you, and when you ought to have them. Mammograms are the most ideal approach to discover breast disease early. Having standard mammograms can bring down the danger of kicking the bucket from breast tumor. MRI utilizes magnets and radio waves to take photos of the Breast. X-ray used along mammograms to screen women who are at high hazard for getting breast disease. Being acquainted with how your breasts look and feel can help you see manifestations such as irregularities, torment, or changes in size that might be of concern. These could join changes found amid a breast self-exam. You ought to report any progressions that you notice to your specialist or human services supplier. Having a clinical breast exam or doing a breast self-exam has not been found to bring down the danger of fatality from breast malignancy.

  • Clinical implications and cancer nursing based on the rates of pain and other symptoms documented in the literature, changes in clinical practice needed to reduce the symptom burden of residents with cancer. However, evidence-based practice standards have yet to be defined for the specific population of residents with cancer. Primary care and cancer nursing is a care delivery system that supports professional nursing practice. Within Primary Nursing, a therapeutic relationship has to be established between a registered nurse and an individual patient and his or her family.

  • Clinical trials test the security and advantages of new medications, symptomatic strategies and screening tests. The people who join clinical trials advance the information base that at last enhances breast tumor mind. Whether another treatment or test turns out to be a piece of standard treatment for breast disease depends to a great extent on clinical trial comes about. Taking in another treatment is superior to anything the standard treatment can likewise help other people. Furthermore, as new treatments are produced, they can open ways to different medications and systems that might be much more compelling. Regularly in a breast growth treatment clinical trial, you will get either the new treatment or the standard treatment. Thus, regardless of the possibility that you don't get the new medication, your breast tumor will be dealt with generally as it would on the off-chance that you were not in the trial.

  • During pregnancy women breasts change in readiness for breast-feeding. The breast tissue becomes denser. This can make it more difficult to find changes in the breast that are due to cancer. The most common symptom of breast cancer is a lump or thickened tissue in the breast. If you have a change that doesn’t go away after 2 to 4 weeks tell your doctor or midwife. Research shows that there is often a delay in diagnosis of breast cancer during pregnancy as women start to get breast symptoms. This is partly because breast cancer in pregnancy is very rare. It is also because the cancer can be difficult to diagnose because of the changes in the breast tissue. If the biopsy shows that you have cancer you may then have other tests to check the size of your cancer. Deciding which treatment to have and what that will mean for you and your developing baby can be very difficult. Doctors recommend that your treatment should be as close as possible to what someone who isn’t pregnant would have. And when possible the treatment should not be delayed.

  • Despite improvements in the clinical outcome of breast cancer patients through the development of endocrine and targeted agents, overcoming de novo or acquired resistance remains a considerable therapeutic hurdle. As we understand the complexity of breast cancer, it is clear that existing therapies will fall short of offering an effective treatment solution to many patients. The ability to profile molecular pathways in drug-responsive and drug-resistant tumours has provided an important step in identifying novel targets in breast cancer. To this end, a number of new targeted therapeutics is currently being investigated both as single agents and as a means to improve existing therapeutic regimens.

  • Most women with breast cancer need a surgery to discard a breast tumour. Surgery to remove the whole breast called mastectomy, in which the surgeon removes the breast tissue (including the skin and nipple) and the tissues that cover the chest muscles. Surgery to remove the area of cancer in the breast is called wide local excision or lumpectomy also it is known as breast conserving surgery. After mastectomy the breast can be reconstructed and the surgeon creates a new breast shape.

  • Surgical removal of both breasts is another preventive measure in some high risk women. Those who are diagnosed with cancer, a number of treatments may be used which includes surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy and targeted therapy. Surgeries vary from breast-conserving surgery to mastectomy. Breast reconstruction can be done at the time of surgery or later. Those women in whom the cancer has spread to other parts of the body, treatments are mostly aimed at improving quality of life and comfort. It is most commonly developed in cells from the lining of milk ducts and the lobules that supply the ducts with milk. Cancers developing from the ducts are known as ductal carcinomas and those developing from lobules are known as lobular carcinomas.

  • Breast Reconstruction