JIWAN CANCER SAHYOG did a event for awareness about BREAST CANCER. The motive of event is to spread awareness and reduce the stigma of breast cancer. JCS believe that awareness and knowledge will lead to earlier detection of breast cancer.

 JIWAN CANCER SAHYOG TRUST  BLEW  UP THE BALLOON IN THE SKY FOR AWARENESS for better care, more knowledge, and more CANCER patient  empowerment. Trust also conducted educational webinar to provide AWARENESS. 



The pink ribbon is the most prominent symbol of breast cancer awareness.

DR AMIT KUMAR DHIMAN blew up pink balloons in the sky. In that event,  cancer patients were also present and they participated in event  




Breast cancer remains a worldwide public health dilemma and is currently the most common tumour in the globe. Awareness of breast cancer, public attentiveness, and advancement in breast imaging has made a positive impact on recognition and screening of breast cancer. Breast cancer is life-threatening disease in females and the leading cause of mortality among women population. For the previous two decades, studies related to the breast cancer has guided to astonishing advancement in our understanding of the breast cancer, resulting in further proficient treatments. Amongst all the malignant diseases, breast cancer is considered as one of the leading cause of death in post menopausal women accounting for 23% of all cancer deaths. It is a global issue now, but still it is diagnosed in their advanced stages due to the negligence of women regarding the self inspection and clinical examination of the breast. This review addresses anatomy of the breast, risk factors, epidemiology of breast cancer, pathogenesis of breast cancer, stages of breast cancer, diagnostic investigations and treatment including chemotherapy, surgery, targeted therapies, hormone replacement therapy, radiation therapy, complementary therapies, gene therapy and stem-cell therapy etc for breast cancer.

Types of breast cancer

Non-invasive breast cancer

It is a cancer that has not extended away from the lobule or ducts where it situated [32]. An example of a kind of non-invasive breast cancer is ductal carcinoma in situ. Ductal carcinoma in situ appears when atypical cells develop within the milk ducts, however have not extended to close proximity of tissue or outside. The word “in situ” describes “in place.” Even though the atypical cells have not extended to tissues outer the lobules or ducts, they can progress and grow into invasive breast cancer. The normal background of every scientific unit is demonstrated and a biological understanding of the accessible information is presented. Lobular carcinoma in-situ is understood merely a risky sign moderately than a predecessor for the successive growth of invasive cancer, so that one time the judgment is made, additional operative involvement is avoidable and sequential follow-up only is suggested. The management of ductal carcinoma in-situ should be kept in mind that breast-preserving treatment is at the present considered best therapy of breast cancer, the illness we are attempting to stop . The pitfalls of suggested management based on retrospective statistics are have been taken into account and the requirement to conduct clinical studies intended to establish the best possible beneficial treatment of non-invasive breast cancer is affirmed .

Lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS)

This type of breast cancer develops into breast lobules . The breast cancer has not extended exterior to the lobules into the breast tissue . Lobular carcinoma in situ is usually identified as non-invasive breast cancer .

Medullary carcinoma

Medullary carcinoma is an invasive breast cancer that designs a discrete margin normal tissue and medullary tissue .

Infiltrating lobular carcinoma (ILC)

Infiltrating lobular carcinoma is also recognized as invasive lobular carcinoma. ILC originates in the milk glands (lobules) of the breast, but frequently extends to other areas of the body.

Ductal carcinoma in situ

It is the most general kind of non-invasive breast cancer, is limited to the breast duct. Example of ductal carcinoma in situ is ductal comedocarcinoma .

Infiltrating ductal carcinoma

Infiltrating ductal carcinoma is also recognized as invasive ductal carcinoma. IDC originates in the milk ducts of the breast and extends to the duct wall, invading the breast fatty tissues and probably other parts of the body.

Mucinous carcinoma

It is recognized as colloid carcinoma, mutinous carcinoma is a uncommon breast cancer created by the mucus-forming cancer cells. Females with mutinous carcinoma usually have an improved prediction than females with additional general kinds of invasive carcinoma .

Invasive breast cancer

It exists when abnormal cells from within the lobules or milk ducts split out into close proximity of breast tissue . Cancer cells can pass through the breast to different parts of the body through immune system or the systemic circulation . They may move early in the development when the tumor is a minute or afterward when the tumor is huge Invasive breast cancer is most occurring general carcinoma in females. The regions of elevated threat are the prosperous populations of Australia and Europe wherever 6% of females suffer from invasive breast cancer prior to 75 years of age. The prevalence of breast cancer enhances quickly with increasing age .Invasive breast cancer that extends to different organs of the body is also recognized as metastatic breast cancer .Most common organ to which these cells spread are brain, bones, lungs and liver. These cells once more segregate and expand irregularly and produce new cancers. The new forming cells are developing in different part of the body, it is still breast cancer.

Triple-negative breast cancer

Breast cancer is at the present extensively documented that is a heterogeneous disorder with special sub-forms, distinguished by means of their dissimilar clinico-pathological characteristics, prevision and responses to management. Triple-negative breast cancer is described by the deficiency of progesterone receptor, human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 and estrogen receptor expression . This type is mainly destructive, commonly observed in premenopausal females, and is responsible for 10–15% of cases in white females, with a elevated occurrence .

Inflammatory breast cancer

Inflammatory breast cancer is the form of swollen breasts (red and warm) with dimples and/or broad ridges due to cancer cells blocking lymph vessels or channels in the skin over the breast. Though inflammatory breast cancer is uncommon and is tremendously fast-growing .Treatment involves vigilant synchronization of all multidisciplinary strategies, including radiation therapy, surgery, chemotherapy and imaging. The administration of neoadjuvant chemotherapy has accorded considerably to enhancement in general survival from the time when the earliest report of this matter and has performed the function of locoregional treatment such as radiation and surgery significant to sustained improvements in this ailment.

Phyllodes tumor

Phyllodes tumors are can be either benign or malignant . Phyllodes tumors develop in the connective tissues of the breast and may be treated by surgical removal . Phylloides tumors are extremely uncommon; fewer than 10 females die of this kind of breast cancer every year in the United States

Tubular carcinoma

Tubular carcinomas are a particular kind of invasive breast carcinoma. Females with tubular carcinoma usually have an improved prospects than women with additional general kinds of invasive carcinoma .

Paget’s disease of the breast

It is the uncommon type of breast cancer that usually shows visible changes to the nipple of the breast . Its symptoms include red itchy rashes involving the nipple and then it can sometime spread to the normal skin as well. However it resembles with the other skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis but it can be differentiated as the other skin conditions usually affects both the breasts and can start from the areola rather than the nipple of the breast however Paget’s disease of the breast most often affects only one breast and starts with the nipple of the breast instead of areola (breastcancercare.org.uk) Nearly 1–3% of all the breast cancers are Paget’s disease and can affect both men as well as women. The actual theory behind the pathogenesis or development of Paget’s disease of the breast isn’t clear yet however there are few theories supporting it’s pathogenesis. Their warning signs include bleeding and oozing of discharge from the nipple, flattening or inversion of nipple, lump found in the breast etc. It can be diagnosed by using punch biopsy. It’s prognosis is good if it remains within the nipple or in ducts of the breast
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