Breast Cancer Care

A cornerstone of breast wellness is knowledge. Educating yourself about breast health, being attuned to your body, and seeking guidance when needed are key steps in promoting your own vitality.

Breast cancer treatment

is a journey of

Hope, courage, and faith

Symptoms of Breast Cancer

Lump or Thickening

The most common symptom is the presence of a new lump or thickening in the breast or underarm area. Not all lumps are cancerous, but any new or unusual lump .

Changes in Breast Size or Shape

Unexplained changes in the size or shape of the breast, particularly if it occurs in one breast and not the other, may be a sign of breast cancer.

Pain or Discomfort

Skin changes like redness, dimpling, or puckering in the breast should be investigated. Persistent rash or itching requires evaluation by a healthcare professional.

Changes in the Skin

Changes in breast skin, like redness, dimpling, or puckering, need investigation. Persistent rash or itching should be evaluated by a healthcare professional.

Nipple Changes

Nipple changes like inversion, non-milk discharge, or altered appearance may indicate potential issues; seek medical attention.

Swelling of the Breas

Swelling or enlargement of the breast, particularly if it is sudden or asymmetrical, may be a sign of underlying issues, including breast cancer.

Nipple or Breast Pain

Breast cancer usually isn't painful, but if persistent pain or tenderness occurs, seek evaluation from a healthcare professional.

Weight Loss

Unexplained weight loss may signal cancers, including breast cancer. Consult a healthcare provider for evaluation if significant.

Treatment for Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Hospitals offers the best breast cancer treatment in Chennai using the cutting-edge equipment’s and unique therapies to diagnose the breast cancer at an early stage to provide a comprehensive treatment

  • Often the first line of action, surgeries like lumpectomies or mastectomies are performed to remove cancerous tissue, prioritizing organ preservation when possible.
Radiation Therapy:
  • Utilized post-surgery to eliminate any remaining cancer cells, radiation therapy plays a crucial role in minimizing recurrence risks.

 Administered to attack cancer cells systemically, chemotherapy is essential for advanced stages or as a precautionary measure before surgery.

  • These methods focus on the specific characteristics of cancer cells, such as hormone receptor status, offering a personalized treatment approach.

Implementing these lifestyle changes and taking proactive steps may help lower the risk of developing breast cancer. It’s essential to consult a healthcare professional for personalized advice and screenings.

Myths and Truth


Only women can get breast cancer


Men can develop breast cancer, though it's less common than in women


small breasts have a lower risk of breast cancer


Breast size does not affect cancer risk; risk factors are diverse


A lump means cancer; no lump, no cancer


Breast cancer can manifest without a lump; various symptoms warrant attention.


Breast cancer always comes with pain


Breast cancer may be painless; pain is not a consistent symptom.