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risk factors for breast cancer, breast cancer risk, high risk breast cancer assessment, breast cancer prevention
March 12, 2021

Breast cancer is considered to be one of the most common cancers amongst women around the world. Even in India, the number of breast cancer cases reported every year is alarming, with breast cancer accounting for more than 27% of all new cancer cases. Every year, the month of October is celebrated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month as an effort to educate people about this devastating disease.   Dr Rohan Khandelwal, one of the best breast cancer surgeons in Gurgaon explains breast cancer in

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Breast Cancer Screening Guidelines, Screening Guidelines, High risk for Breast Cancer
January 11, 2021

No single woman is exempt from the risk of developing breast cancer. Nevertheless, some women have a definitive increased risk. Your screening instructions differ when you have a high risk of breast cancer. In this article, Dr Rohan Khandelwal, a leading breast cancer expert at the CK Birla Hospital, sheds some light on the breast cancer screening guidelines for women with above-average risk.  What determines a high risk of breast cancer? Some women are more vulnerable to developing

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Breast density
October 22, 2020

In recent years, a lot of effort has been placed on increasing awareness about breast cancer and the steps you can take to minimise its impact. This is largely due to the fact that today, breast cancer is the most common cancer to affect women around the world. It is also easily treated in its early stages. Regular breast cancer screenings and awareness about risk factors can go a long way in minimising the impact of breast cancer.  Breast density is one of the risk factors that is detected

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breast cancer screening, diagnosing breast cancer, detection of breast cancer, breast cancer check, clinical breast exam, breast cancer examination, finding breast cancer, ways to diagnose breast cancer
August 10, 2020

Breast cancer in women is the most common type of cancer in India, amounting to 14% of all cancers in women. There are a rising number of cases in both rural and urban India, with one woman diagnosed with breast cancer every 4 minutes.  Studies have established that sociodemographic, epidemiological, and socioeconomic status also contributes to breast cancer, the risk of which increases with lifestyle choices such as low physical activity and consumption of high‑fat diet.  What is the

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