• 98360 36019
  • pragati.singhal1@gmail.com



The most common types include Invasive Ductal Carcinoma (IDC) and Invasive Lobular Carcinoma (ILC).
Diagnosis typically involves mammograms, breast exams, biopsies, and sometimes imaging tests like MRIs or ultrasounds.
Treatments include surgery (lumpectomy or mastectomy), radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and targeted therapy.
Expectations vary, but generally, surgeries aim to remove cancer tissue. Recovery time and specifics depend on the surgery type.
Side effects can include fatigue, pain, lymphedema, menopausal symptoms, and emotional impacts, varying with the treatment type.
Yes, there's a risk of recurrence, but ongoing monitoring and lifestyle changes can help reduce this risk.
Advances include targeted therapies, immunotherapies, improved surgical techniques, and personalized medicine.
Support services can include counselling, support groups, rehabilitation, and nutritional advice.
Factors like diet, exercise, alcohol consumption, and smoking can impact risk and recovery.
Lumpectomy removes only the tumour and some surrounding tissue, while mastectomy removes the entire breast.
Participation depends on individual cases; it's best to discuss this with Dr. Singhal for personalized advice.
Some treatments can affect fertility; discussing options like fertility preservation before treatment is recommended.
Regular screenings, self-exams, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and understanding your family history are key steps.
Treatment plans are personalized based on cancer type, stage, patient's health, and preferences.
Prepare by gathering medical records, writing down symptoms, questions, and a list of current medications.