Reading Time: 3 minutes This post was most recently updated on November 6th, 2019When I interacted with Mrs. Lakshmi Pramod, a 53 year old lady from Bangalore, to understand her experiences of recovering from breast cancer, and to know about her breast cancer survivor story of stage 2. I was pleasantly surprised by the cheerful tone in her voice. Her […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes This post was most recently updated on November 6th, 2019 Hi! my name is Vidya Kamath, I am a housewife. I am a Mother of two adorable daughters. I am here to tell you about my breast cancer survivor story and how you can learn lessons from cancer to live your life a little less […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes प्रिय महिलाओं, क्या आप जानती हैं की शहरी जीवनशैली और आदतें स्तन कैंसर के लिए प्रमुख जोख़िम कारक हैं ? कैंसर रजिस्ट्रियों की जानकारी ने संकेत दिया है की समय के साथ शहरी भारतीय महिलाओं को अपने ग्रामीण समकक्षों की तुलना में स्तनों के कैंसर का अधिक खतरा है। इस लेख में हम स्तनों के […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute This post was most recently updated on April 13th, 2020ScienceDaily reports (Read full article) that omega-3s from fish is much more effective to fight HER2 breast cancer, inhibiting tumor development and growth. The research team studied the effects of plant-based and fish-based omega-3s on mice with a highly aggressive form of human breast cancer called […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes This post was most recently updated on October 9th, 2019Dear Women, did you know that urban lifestyle and habits are the major risk factors for breast cancer? Research & data from cancer registries has time and again indicated that Urban Indian women are at a much higher risk of compared to their rural counterparts. Here […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes It is important to detect breast cancer early. So what are the symptoms or signs that could potentially indicate breast cancer ? Here they are:
Reading Time: 2 minutes Breast Cancer is a disease in which the cells, in any of the core structures of the breast (refer breast anatomy diagram), grow uncontrollably. This abnormal behaviour of cells can be caused by genetic abnormalities, exposure to carcinogens or something going wrong in the ageing process.