Breast Cancer Targeted therapy
There is also an emerging treatment method for breast cancer-targeted therapy. It is clinically found that about 2/5 of breast cancer patients express her2 (human epidermal growth factor receptor-2).
Daily life management of breast cancer
Try to make the weight reach the normal range (that is, the body mass index is 18.5-23.9kg/m2). For overweight and obese breast cancer patients, dietary energy intake should be reduced, and individualized exercise weight loss guidance should be accepted. For patients with malnutrition or underweight, a nutrition improvement plan should be developed and implemented.
Breast cancer Conservative treatment
Early breast-conserving treatment of breast cancer does not affect the survival rate of early breast cancer patients. After breast-sparing treatment, the recurrence rate in the affected breast is basically the same as that of "traditional" surgery.
Breast cancer treatment
Breast cancer should be treated with precision and comprehensive treatment principles. According to the biological behavior of the tumor and the patient's physical condition, a variety of treatment methods should be combined, taking into account local and systemic treatments, in order to improve the curative effect and improve the patient's quality of life.
Breast cancer diagnosis
The early symptoms of most breast cancer patients are not obvious, and it is easy to be ignored and fail to seek medical attention in time. Therefore, high-risk groups should pay attention to breast cancer screening, and conduct regular breast self-examinations and clinical physical examinations
Breast cancer screening
It is used for the initial screening of breast cancer to determine whether there are signs of breast abnormalities (such as breast lumps, breast skin changes, nipple discharge, etc.) and the condition of lymph nodes in newly diagnosed patients. The diagnosis should be combined with the results of other auxiliary examinations in the later stage.
Breast cancer diagnosis
The early symptoms of most breast cancer patients are not obvious, and it is easy to be ignored and fail to seek medical attention in time. Therefore, high-risk groups should pay attention to breast cancer screening, and conduct regular breast self-examinations and clinical physical examinations. Once breast lumps, nipple discharge, axillary lymphadenopathy and other abnormal signs are found, attention should be paid and a professional doctor should be asked to do it. Further judge.
Breast cancer symptoms
The symptoms of early breast cancer are mostly unobvious. Advanced breast cancer can metastasize cancer cells far away and cause multiple organ diseases throughout the body, which directly threatens the lives of patients.
Breast cancer is a phenomenon in which breast epithelial cells proliferate out of control under the action of a variety of carcinogenic factors. The early stage of the disease often manifests as breast lumps, nipple discharge, axillary lymphadenopathy and other symptoms. In the late stage, cancer cells may metastasize to a distance, and multiple organ diseases may appear, which directly threaten the life of the patient.