What is breast cancer?

The breast is comprised of organs called lobules that can make drain and thin tubes called conduits that convey the drain from the lobules to the nipple. Breast tissue likewise contains lymph nodes, fat and connective tissue, arteries and veins. Breast cancer is a cancer that starts in the cells of the lobules or in the different tissues of the breast. The cancer may be of various types. Breast cancer that has spread from where it started in the pipes or lobules to encompassing tissue is called intrusive breast cancer. In incendiary breast cancer, the breast looks red and swollen and feels warm on the grounds that the tumour cells hinder the lymph vessels in the skin.
MGM Hospital CBD provides comprehensive care for patients with breast cancer, from diagnosis to treatment and follow-up care, with the aim of improving outcomes and quality of life. They use state-of-the-art technologies and techniques to deliver the best possible care and achieve the best possible outcomes for each patient.



Please call us at the above number if you notice any of the following symptoms:

  • Many people who have breast cancer symptoms and signs will at first notice just a single or two, and the nearness of these side effects and signs don't naturally imply that you have breast cancer.
  • There is a change in how your nipples or your breast feels.
  • There is a change in the appearance of the nipples or the breasts.
  • Clear discharge of blood from the nipples.


Our experts state that the precise causes of breast cancer are not well understood:

  • When you're informed that you have breast tumour, it's normal to question, what may have brought on the infection. But no one has been able to tell the exact cause of breast cancer.
  • Specialists from time to time know why one lady creates breast cancer and another doesn't, and most ladies who have breast cancer will never have the capacity to pinpoint a particular correct cause.
  • What we do know is that breast cancer is constantly brought on by harm to a cell's DNA.


The breast cancer risk factors identified by our healthcare experts:

  • Gender: Breast cancer happens almost 100 times more frequently in ladies than in men.
  • Age: Two out of three women who have invasive cancer are diagnosed only after age 55.
  • Race: Breast cancer is analyzed more regularly in caucasian females than females of different races.
  • Family History and Genetic Factors: If your mom, sister, father or kid has been determined to have breast cancer, you have a higher danger of being determined to have breast cancer later on. The hazard increases if your relative was diagnosed before the age of 50.
  • Menstrual and Reproductive History: Early monthly cycle (before age 12), late menopause (after 55), having your first child at a more established age, or failing to have conceived a child before can likewise expand your hazard for breast cancer.
  • Certain Genome Changes: Mutations in specific genes, for example, BRCA1 and BRCA2, can expand your chances of breast cancer. This is resolved through a genetic test, which you may consider taking on the off chance that you have a family history of breast cancer. People with these gene mutations can pass the gene mutations onto their kids.
  • Dense Breast Tissue: Having dense breast tissue can expand your hazard for breast cancer and make lumps harder to identify. Make sure to inquire as to whether you have dense breasts and what the ramifications of having dense breasts are.


Our specialist will tell you how to reduce risks of breast cancer please come at MGM hospital CBD at or contact us by above number; some of prevention techniques are:

  • Getting enough exercise.
  • Taking selective estrogen receptor modulators, estrogen-only hormone therapy after hysterectomy, or aromatase inactivators and inhibitors.
  • Less exposure of breast tissue to estrogen made by the body.
  • Ovarian ablation.
  • Risk-reducing mastectomy.

How is it diagnosed?

For a diagnosis visit MGM hospital get all the latest diagnostic facilities at CBD:
most breast cancers are first detected by either a screening mammogram or a physical exam of the breasts, there are a number of other diagnostic tests and procedures that may be used to confirm the presence of cancer and to determine if it has spread.
MGM Hospital CBD's team of specialists may recommend one or more of these diagnostic procedures to accurately diagnose breast cancer and develop an appropriate treatment plan for the patient.
MGM Hospital CBD provides various diagnostic procedures to evaluate patients with suspected breast cancer, including:
• Mammography
• Ultrasound
• Biopsy


How is it treated?

MGM Hospital CBD's team of expert doctors and specialists are committed to providing personalized and comprehensive care for patients with breast cancer. They use advanced surgical techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure safe and effective treatment, while also providing supportive care and rehabilitation services to help patients achieve the best possible outcomes. Most women with breast cancer will have some type of surgery to remove the tumor. Depending on the type of breast cancer and how advanced it is, you might need other types of treatment as well, either before or after surgery, or sometimes both.


If the cancer is localized, surgery may be recommended to remove the tumor and any affected tissue. In more advanced cases, surgery may be combined with radiation or chemotherapy.


Radiation therapy is a common treatment for breast cancer that involves the use of high-energy X-rays or other types of radiation to kill cancer cells or prevent them from growing and dividing. It is often used after breast-conserving surgery (lumpectomy) to destroy any remaining cancer cells in the breast tissue and reduce the risk of cancer recurrence.

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28 Years Experience

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