7 edition of The Breast Cancer Handbook - Taking Control After You"ve Found A Lump found in the catalog.
August 1, 1998 by Power Publications .
Written in English
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|Format||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||200|
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This valuable book is designed for the newly diagnosed breast cancer patient/5(4). It’s that chilling moment. You feel a lump, or you notice that your breast looks different. The odds are that it will be nothing, but the worry about cancer will inevitably be there.
I found this book incredibly helpful in understanding this illness inspite of the fact that the book was written primarily with women’s breast cancer in mind.
The book is comprehensive, very well written and most importantly easy to understand. It really did help me in taking control of my life after my breast cancer diagnosis. The five-year survival rate for woman whose breast cancers are treated in the early, localized stage is 96%.
Advanced breast cancer is a tumor that has spread from the breast to involve lymph nodes in the armpit, neck or chest; once these are affected, the five year survival rate drops to 73 percent or less. An estima women and Breast cancer is a malignant disease that affects both women and men and is due to the uncontrolled growth of cells in the breast.
There are different types of breast cancer, based on the way cancer cells look under the microscope, and the malignant tumor tends to affect the surrounding tissue or spread to distant areas of the most common types of breast cancer are ductal carcinoma in. The Breast Cancer Handbook: Taking Control after You've Found a Lump by Joan Swirsky and Barbara Balaban This revised, updated edition of The Breast Cancer Handbook is an invaluable resource The Breast Cancer Handbook - Taking Control After Youve Found A Lump book offers up-to-date, supportive information on all aspects of breast cancer.
Introduction. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer ( % of all cancer incidence, both sexes counted) and the fifth most common cause of cancer death in the world .Inbreast cancer causeddeaths worldwide (7 % of cancer deaths; almost 1 % of all deaths) .One-fourth of women suffer from breast disease in their life time [1, 2].
Benign (non-cancerous) breast conditions are unusual growths or other changes in the breast tissue that are not cancer. Having a benign breast condition can be scary at first because the symptoms often mimic those caused by breast cancer.
Recent research is rapidly changing the diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes of breast cancer. Just as women afflicted with or worried about breast cancer have turned to the earlier editions of Dr.
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After you get evaluated, know this: Even if you do come home with a benign breast lump, having one doesn’t increase your risk for breast cancer later on, Dr.
Radford says. If you’ve noticed a sharp pain or lump in your breast, you may be wondering if it’s breast cancer.
Pain in the breast is rarely the first noticeable symptom of breast cancer. Although a lump. Regardless of the doctors you choose, take heart in knowing that breast cancer survival has been improving.
In fact, between andthe death rate dropped by 34 percent. Breast cancer is often first suspected when a lump or change is found in the breast or when an abnormal area is seen on a mammogram.
Most of the time, these findings don’t turn out to be breast cancer. However, the only way to know for sure is through follow-up tests. Cultural myths about breast lumps were examined using three questions: “You only need to get a breast lump checked for cancer if it is painful”; “You only need to get a breast lump checked for cancer if it gets bigger”; and “If a breast lump is touched or pressed often, the lump will turn out to be breast cancer”.
Avery Publishing Group / Paperback / Pages isbn / isbn Book / Textbook Details Add to Comparison Cart enlarge Crossing the Line. Myth: Finding a lump in your breast means you have breast cancer Here’s The Truth.
Only a small percentage of breast lumps turn out to be cancer. But if you discover a persistent lump in your breast or notice any changes in breast tissue, it should never be ignored. It is very important that you see a physician for a clinical breast exam.
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.
For HER2-positive breast cancer, trastuzumab, a HER2-specific monoclonal antibody, improves the survival of patients with early-stage breast cancer and should be given in addition to chemotherapy. Because of the increased risk of heart failure with anthracycline- and trastuzumab-containing regimens, nonanthracycline, taxane-containing regimens.
InformationWhile a common breast complaint and concern is a newly discovered breast lump, only a small percentage turn out to be cancer. In fact, many women have lumpy breasts, or a condition called fibrocystic breast disease that is benign. If you have this condition, examining your breasts can be confusing and, at times, alarming.
It [ ]. During a breast self-exam, you may notice lumps or a change in the texture of your this can make you worry, it's important to understand that most breast lumps are not cancerous. A lump may be malignant (cancerous) or precancerous, but there are several types of breast lumps that are benign (non-cancerous).
To complicate matters, many benign breast changes can mimic breast. Routine breast cancer screenings typically don’t begin until a woman reaches so it is important to practice self-exams at any age.
Report any odd appearances or symptoms to your doctor to find out if you have a benign breast condition, infection, or cancer. A new lump or mass in the breast is the most common symptom of breast cancer. You might feel the lump while doing a self-exam, or your doctor might find it.
increase breast cancer risk are the breast cancer susceptibility genes BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 (BReast CAncer genes 1 and 2). The profiling itself may take two to three weeks to complete. Your treatment team will discuss whether this genetic profiling information is recommended for your care.
Biopsy of the Lesion o The diagnosis of breast cancer depends upon examination of tissue or cells removed by biopsy. o The safest course is biopsy examination of all suspicious masses found on physical examination and of suspicious lesions demonstrated by mammography.
o The simplest method is needle biopsy, either by aspiration of tumor cells. Breast cancer is cancer arising in breast tissue. Symptoms and signs of breast cancer include breast lumps, nipple discharge or inversion, or changes in the breast's skin.
Treatment typically involves some type of surgery and depends upon the staging of the cancer, the tumor type, and the person's health. The Breast Cancer Handbook ~ Taking Control After You've Found a Lump (co-author: Barbara Balaban.
REVISED UPDATED EDITION, Power Publications, ) “What am I going to do?” is the first panicked response of the woman who learns she has breast cancer.
“It’s not uncommon for breast cancer to present itself as something other than a lump,” Jack Jacoub, M.D., a medical oncologist and medical director of MemorialCare Cancer Institute at Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, Calif., estimating that anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of breast cancers he's seen don't involve one.
A study last year, by Public Health England, found that half of women could not name any symptoms of breast cancer other than a lump; the authors warned.
Ab women are diagnosed with breast cancer in Canada each year and it’s responsible for about 5, deaths annually. But it’s clear that significant progress is being made in the fight against breast cancer.
Back in the s, the combined five-year survival rate for all four stages of breast cancer was 58 per cent in Canada. Photo Credit: Jeff Vespa. Breast cancer is a life-changing experience that can affect you in tremendous ways you never thought possible. Samantha Harris, an Emmy-award winning television host known for her time spent in front of the camera on Entertainment Tonight and Dancing with the Stars, knows this especiallyat the age of 40, Harris shared the news of her shocking breast.About The Survivorship Handbook You’ve just finished cancer treatment, but you may be asking yourself what comes next?
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