In India, one woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every 4 minutes. These are women of all ages: young women, older women, wives, mothers, grandmothers, sisters, aunts, cousins, friends and loved ones. While the types of breast cancers vary almost as much as the women who are diagnosed with them, treatment options for this condition are now available more than ever before. And with this, the odds in the fight against breast cancer just get better at Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie.
Alterations in the breast often change how you look, feel and function. Many a time women come don’t know who to approach for conditions such as benign breast tumours, genetic analysis, lactational problems, developmental breast conditions at puberty or during pregnancy, cosmetic breast surgeries or even breast cancer. This is where a breast clinic comes into play. At Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie, we offer you personalised care in a caring and supportive environment with the most optimum options for the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of conditions.
We understand that if you have any symptoms related to your breast, you require specialist attention almost immediately. If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, you must visited a trusted team:
The Breast Clinic at Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie provides innumerable services all under one roof in the form of:
We offer a full range of services for sophisticated assessment of breast disease. This includes digital mammography that provides a clearer and more accurate image of the breast and aids in the accurate diagnosis of early stage breast cancers.
An accurate diagnosis is the most important step in receiving the best possible treatment for a particular type of condition. Our patients benefit from a team of medical oncologists, radiologists, pathologists and surgeons who work together to provide a diagnosis and treatment plan designed specifically for you.
Breast Cancer Treatment :
Once you have been detected with cancer, we provide a number of treatment options for you to choose from depending on the severity of you condition. These include:
– Surgical Oncology
– Oncoplastic Surgery
– Reconstructive Breast Surgery
– Radiation Oncology
– Medical Oncology
Breast Feeding Support:
First time mothers often have difficulty in accomplishing effective breast feeding. Our team of experts help you through all the lactation problems that you may face during this phase.
Male Breast Concerns :
Breast cancer occurs mainly in women, but men can get it too. Many people do not realise that men have breast tissue and that they too can develop breast cancer. Cells in nearly any part of the body can become cancer and can spread to other areas. This is where our specialist intervention comes into play.
Support Services and Counselling :
We offer a number of support opportunities that are open to any patient as well as family members. Support opportunities expand the knowledge of disease and increase feelings of hope specially in the case of cancer.
Using a collaborative approach, our team develops treatments plans for both cancerous and non-cancerous conditions, based upon your unique diagnosis, overall condition and personal preferences. We provide a clinic that offers a number of services ranging from ongoing evaluation, specialised treatment and support services to extensive, personalised follow-up care. This comprehensive approach minimises your need to seek out multiple specialists, navigate the information and translate complicated options.
For many women, the potential risk of breast cancer or any condition related to the breast can lead to long, difficult periods of worrying, waiting and uncertainty. That’s why we at Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie offer and support a unique, customised treatment plan that is specifically curated for you. Our team is accessible when you need them and ready to answer any of your questions.
Advanced breast imaging services for preventative screenings forms the basis of a good breast clinic programme. We have acquired the most advanced, state-of-the-art equipment for this very purpose. As a patient, you’re offered nothing but the best diagnostic evaluation.
Psychosocial Support Services:
Cancer and its treatment can take a tremendous toll on your quality of life. Our team of specialists also offer clinical and psychological services that help strengthen and heal your mind, body, and spirit. We provide treatments, services, and workshops to help you cope with pain, illness, and stress and to promote wellness, comfort, and healing.
Here are answers to some basic questions to help guide you through your journey at Ruby Hall Clinic Wanowarie:
Q: Am I a candidate for mammography?
A: All women over the age of 40 benefit from this revolutionary technology regardless of breast density or family history. Remember, early detection is the best defence against breast cancer.
Q: Does a mammogram hurt?
A: While a mammogram won’t hurt, it may cause a minimal amount of discomfort. Patients are encouraged to schedule a mammogram during the second half of their menstrual cycle when breasts are less sensitive and be completely relaxed and cooperative during the test.
Q: What are the guidelines I should follow regarding breast health?
A: Following three basic steps will help:
– Regularly check your breasts with a self-examination starting at the age 20
– Undergo a clinical breast examination every 3 years after the age of 40
– Undergo annual screening mammograms beginning at age 40, earlier if you have a family history of breast cancer or other concerns about your personal risk
Q: What are the risk factors for developing breast cancer?
A: You risk developing breast cancer for a number of reasons ranging from age, being obese, hormonal conditions, family history, ethnicity and lifestyle choices. Some of these factors are in your control — keeping healthy and fit while maintaining your weight is something everyone should focus on.
Q: What are the chances of surviving breast cancer?
A: Surviving breast cancer varies by the disease’s stage. Approximately 99 out of 100 people with stage 1 breast cancer in only one breast will be alive five years or more after diagnosis and treatment. When breast cancer has moved into the lymph nodes, the five-year survival rate is 85 percent.