Surgery Choices for Breast Cancer

Surgery is a common kind of treatment for breast cancer, with the main goal of the procedure being the removal of as much cancer as feasible. There are numerous surgical procedures. Most breast cancer patients receive some form of surgery as part of their care. Breast conserving surgery and mastectomy are the two primary types of breast cancer removal surgery. The majority of the cancerous breast tissue and some of the surrounding tissues are removed during breast-conserving surgery. In some situations, a double mastectomy is performed in which both breasts are removed. A mastectomy involves the removal of the complete breast. Many women have the option of mastectomy or breast conservation surgery in the early stages of breast cancer. Surgery for advanced breast cancer.

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