Apollo hospital, Delhi launches Precise Program to catch Breast Cancer Young

New Delhi: As actual increase in Breast Cancer incidences have been discerned in India, that too in younger women, it is high time to sit up. Catching BC young is the best way forward to stop it in its track to avert death as it is curable if diagnosed early on. In Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), Apollo has come up with a diagnosis program which they claim is the fastest and most precise. The program boasts of catching it in 24 hours with nil chances of misdiagnosis.

Unveiling aforesaid program, Dr. Ramesh Sarin, Senior Consultant – Surgical Oncology, Apollo Cancer Centre, painted a grim picture of burgeoning breast cancer incidences. She said that according to epidemiology data there is one percent increase of incidences per year which comes to about 18,000 in real number. She said that by this rate we might soon catch up with West registering  2.3 percent increase per year. Earlier we thought that more cases were coming out because of increasing awareness but the recent data underline that there is actual increase in cases. She added that more worrying fact is its increase in younger women. The situation is so alarming that she prescribed mammogram test every year for women of over 50.

Apollo Cancer Centres (ACCs) continues to push the boundaries with advanced cancer treatment, by introducing ‘India’s Fastest & Most Precise Breast Cancer Diagnosis Program’, thus redefining cancer care. This pioneering initiative aims to provide swift and precise breast cancer diagnoses, reinforcing the significance of early detection in mitigating the right treatment for a better survival rate, and enhancing the quality of life for patients.The centre has accomplished breast conservation rates up to 60%, and are able to de-escalate therapy as per global evidence-based guidelines, hence offering our patients superior quality of life outcomes.This program includes advanced diagnostic technologies, including mammography, ultrasound, and biopsy, to promptly and precisely assess breast health.

Dr. Vikas Kashyap, Histopathology expert, said, ” Over the years, Apollo Cancer Centres has witnessed the critical importance of early breast cancer diagnosis and treatment. Swift and accurate detection not only offers the best chance for effective treatment but also provides patients with peace of mind. This program allows us to combine our expertise with advanced diagnostic tools to deliver timely diagnoses and personalized care. By doing so, we are not only treating breast cancer; we are also providing hope, support, and better quality of life for our patients.”

Dr. Reeti Sahni Radiology, Apollo Cancer Centre, Delhi, said, “Our commitment to breast cancer diagnosis and care goes beyond just medical excellence; it extends to ensuring our patients are feeling empowered and supported with dignity. We understand and empathetic that early diagnosis leads to better outcomes and improved quality of life. With India’s Fastest & Most Precise Breast Cancer Diagnosis Program, we aim to offer not only timely results but also a path to hope and recovery. It is about providing the best care when our patients need it most.”

Mr. Shivakumar Pattabhiraman, Managing Director, Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals, New Delhisaid, “The launch of India’s Fastest & Most Precise Breast Cancer Diagnosis program is a testament to our unwavering commitment to redefining cancer care. We believe that time is of the essence when it comes to breast cancer”

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