Surgery for Breast cancer

Most women with breast cancer have some type of surgery as part of their treatment. There are different types of breast surgery, and it may be done for different reasons, depending on the situation. surgery may be done to Remove as much of the cancer as possible, to Find out whether the cancer has spread to the lymph nodes under the arm, to Restore the breast’s shape after the cancer is removed, to Relieve symptoms of advanced cancer. There are two main types of surgery to remove breast cancer:  Breast-conserving surgery and Mastectomy. Many women with early-stage cancers can choose between breast-conserving surgeries (BCS) and mastectomy. The main advantage of BCS is that a woman keeps most of her breast. But in most cases she will also need radiation. Women who have mastectomy for early stage cancers are less likely to need radiation. For some women, mastectomy may be a better option, because of the type of breast cancer, the large size of the tumour, previous treatment history, or certain other factors.

 

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