Breast Lipomodelling Outcome Following Conservative Breast Cancer Surgery and Reconstructive Surgery in a District Hospital

Lipomodelling has recently become more popular for correcting flaws and asymmetry after oncologic breast cancer treatment [1]. The current evidence on the efficacy of breast reconstruction using lipomodelling following breast cancer treatment is insufficient, and there are no substantial safety

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Investigation on Complementary Medicine Intervention in Breast Cancer Patients with Pain

The goal of this study was to look into a five-week complementary medicine intervention called mindfulness-based intervention (MBSR) in breast cancer patients who were suffering from chronic pain. Pain is the most debilitating and chronic symptom that cancer patients face.

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Neoplasms, Breast & Prostate Cancer Mortality Rates in the UK and 20 Major Developed Countries 1989-91 v 2013-15 – A Comparative Study

Introduction: The United Kingdom’s cancer survival rates have been chastised for being much higher than those of twenty other developed countries (MDC). As a result, between 1989 and 2015, we compared current UK Total Age-Standardised-Death-Rates (ASDR), female Breast and Prostate

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Automatic Detection of Breast Cancer Based on Raman Spectroscopy Using a Neuro-Fuzzy Approach

The presence of malignant cells in the female breast causes breast cancer, a disease that has recently spread around the globe, not just in Mexico but also in other parts of the world. We present an automatic Breast cancer classification

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Breast Cancer Stage at the Time of Presentation: Clinicopathological Correlations

Background: Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed malignancy and the second leading cause of death in women in Iraq, accounting for 23% of all cancer-related deaths. The disease’s low survival rate is a direct result of the disease’s advanced

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Radiotherapy in Elderly Patients with Low-Risk Breast Cancer

Few studies on the treatment of older women with low-risk breast cancer have been conducted. Despite the fact that their clinical behaviour is identical to that of younger patients, they are frequently undertreated, which increases the likelihood of local relapses

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Recent Study on Breast Cancer Prediction Based on Deep Neural Network Model Implemented AWS Machine Learning Platform

Breast cancer is one of the most severe tumours in women, and developing breast tissue can result in mortality. Surgery, radiation, chemicals in combination with hormone therapy, and biological therapy are only a few of the current treatments for breast

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Age-Specific Features of the Enzymatic Proliferation Markers upon the Cancer of Different Localisations

The enzyme activity features of thymidilate “salvage route” synthesis and adenosine catabolism in blood serum and cancer tissues from solid nearby tumours of various localizations were compared. The goal of this study was to look at the diagnostic value of

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