Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Monday, April 19, 2021

Global Experts Meeting on Frontiers in Breast Cancer

#Breast cancer can occur in women and rarely in men. #Symptoms of breast cancer include a lump in the #breast, Its treatment depends on the stage of #cancer. It may consist of chemotherapy, #radiation, hormone therapy and #surgery.

3rd Global Experts Meeting on Frontiers in Breast Cancer & Therapy

#Breast cancer can occur in women and rarely in men. #Symptoms of breast cancer include a lump in the breast, bloody discharge from the #nipple and changes in the shape or texture of the nipple or #breast. Its treatment depends on the stage of #cancer. It may consist of #chemotherapy, radiation, #hormone therapy and #surgery.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021



The COVID-19 pandemic has affected just about every aspect of life, including screening, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up care for breast cancer. People who’ve been diagnosed with breast cancer and people who are at high risk for breast cancer have found themselves in a uniquely difficult and sometimes frightening position since the coronavirus crisis began. The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) arises from the virus SARS-CoV-2 which is similar to the original SARS virus. The most common symptoms of the COVID-19 infection are fever, coughing and shortness of breath. The primary mode of transmission for the COVID-19 virus is between people through respiratory droplets and contact routes. The fatality rate of COVID-19 has been estimated at approximately 2 to 3%, but it varies dramatically for different age groups and accompanying comorbidities like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and hypertension.

Many guidelines have common points in approaching breast cancer treatment, but patients are recommended to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Unless a complication, such as an abscess, infection, requires urgent treatment, surgery should be postponed for at least three months due to atypia, prophylactic/risk-reducing surgery, and benign breast disease. During the first couple of months of the pandemic, many hospitals stopped performing breast reconstruction procedures. This was because public health authorities recommended that elective (non-urgent) surgeries be postponed, and breast reconstruction was considered to be elective surgery at the time. Doctors are looking at each person’s unique situation and diagnosis when deciding how to best move forward with breast cancer treatment during the pandemic. Doctors are looking at whether a person has a higher risk of becoming seriously ill from a COVID-19 infection due to a weakened immune system from treatments such as chemotherapy or targeted therapy, or because of their age or other health problems.

For more details please follow the link:

UK Breast Cancer Congress: https://frontiersmeetings.com/conferences/breastcancercongress/   

USA Breast Cancer 2021: https://frontiersmeetings.com/conferences/breastcancer/

Breast Cancer Webinar: https://frontiersmeetings.com/webinars/breastcancer/

For queries and details contact us: breastcancer@frontiermeeting.org   

#Breast_Cancer_congress_2021 #London #UK #SanFrancisco #USA  #Covid19 #Coronavaccination  #breastcancer #breastsurgery #chemotherapy #breastcancerresearch #breastdisease #Immunotherapy #Tumor #mastectomy #carcinoma #Breast_conference #Keynote #Oral_sessions

Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Overview of Breast Cancer: Breast Cancer Webinar 2021

 #Breast #cancer is caused when normal cells in tissue start to grow and divide in an out of control manner. As they grow, the cells often, but not always, form a #tumor in the breast that can be detected in a #mammogram before it can be felt as a lump or thickening. It is important to note that not all lumps in the breast are #breastcancer, and not all breast cancers present with a #lump. However, all lumps or thickenings in the breast need medical attention to determine whether they are one of many benign lumps that can occur in the breast or are truly a #cancer. Breast cancer is not a single #disease; research evidence continues to indicate that there are several subtypes of breast cancer. They happen at varying rates in different groups and respond differently to treatments. Some are more aggressive than others and have very different long-term survival rates. Breast cancer can be diagnosed and treated while it is still a #early stage #cancer, before it spreads beyond the breast and through the #lymphatic system, offers the best possible #prognosis. Both Women & men with early stage breast cancer are often candidates for breast conserving #surgery, such as a #lumpectomy, and may not need to have #chemotherapy treatments.

Attend #IWBCT2021 #Webinar #Breast #Cancer #Awareness #breastcancer #therapies #Corona #Covid19 #CoronaVaccination

Register for the scientific sessions @ Breast Cancer Webinar during March 08-09, 2021 &kindly submit #abstract for #Oral/poster

For more information: https://frontiersmeetings.com/webinars/breastcancer/