Case study on breast cancer in india

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Background: Clinical, animal, and epidemiological studies have clearly demonstrated that cancer is a hormonally mediated disease and several factors that influence hormonal status or are markers of change in hormonal status have been shown to be associated with the risk of breast cancer. Aims: To identify the association of various reproductive factors with breast cancer. Settings and design: A hospital-based, matched, case-control study. Materials and methods: Three hundred and twenty newly diagnosed breast cancer cases and three hundred and twenty normal healthy individuals constituted the study population.

Successful Breast Cancer Treatment in India: A Case Study (Christiana Montgomery from Saint Lucia)

Breast cancer Case Study

NIRAMAI has developed a novel breast cancer screening solution, the core technology of which is an artificial intelligence led diagnostic platform that uses patented thermal image processing and machine learning algorithms for reliable and accurate tumour detection. Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths in women today. According to WHO, one in every 12 women have the risk of a breast abnormality. Early diagnosis is very critical to decrease mortality rates. The current gold standard for breast cancer screening, mammography, requires high capital cost for equipment and experienced radiographers. It is recommended once every 2 years and only to women above 45 years because it cannot identify tumours effectively for younger women, and uses of X-rays for scanning, which can make women more susceptible to cancer if screened multiple times. In addition, it is also very painful for the subject as about 20 pounds weight is applied on the breasts while screening.

Advances in Breast Cancer Research

Maeve is a 42 year old pre-menopausal woman who has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer. She visited her GP after noticing a lump in her breast; further investigation established a diagnosis of HER-2 positive, ER positive invasive early breast cancer. She visits your pharmacy and tells you about her diagnosis. She has been scheduled for a partial mastectomy to remove the tumour and explains she will receive 4 cycles of chemotherapy and then trastuzumab Herceptin for one year. She is very anxious about starting chemotherapy but is relieved the tumour was detected at an early stage.
Click on image for details. Background: Clinical, animal, and epidemiological studies have clearly demonstrated that cancer is a hormonally mediated disease and several factors that influence hormonal status or are markers of change in hormonal status have been shown to be associated with the risk of breast cancer. Aims: To identify the association of various reproductive factors with breast cancer.

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