Breast cancer treatment in private clinic abroad
The earlier breast cancer is treated, the more successful treatment is likely to be. After a breast cancer diagnosis, you and might need to wait for your NHS doctors put together a treatment plan specific to your situation, based on your pathology report. Your treatment plan for breast cancer treatment will be made up of one or more specific treatments abroad that are intended to target the cancer cells in different ways and reduce the risk of future breast cancer recurrence. You and your doctor will base your treatment decisions on your unique situation, including consideration of your overall medical condition and your personal style of making decisions. You may have to re-evaluate your decisions periodically. The breast cancer treatment abroad will be performed in private clinic. Treatment abroad can be recommended because adboard you can choose type of treatment according to your condition and you can get treatment abroad for much cheaper where standards are just as high and you can skip the NHS waiting list. There are more than one breast cancer treatment ways, some breast cancer treatments abroad will involve full or partial breast removal, but only abroad you can have your both breast reconstructed during same surgery. Or you can chose breast cancer treatment that only destroys cancer cells and your breast will not be removed. Under NHS breast cancer usually will include full or partial breast removal and reconstruction will be considered only if you qualify for breast reconstruction.
Breast cancer is not only diagnose for elderly or middle age, youngest patient that we helped to have breast cancer treatment and reconstruction abroad was only 23 years old.
Some of the signs and symptoms of breast cancer include:
• a lump in the breast;
• a change in the size or shape of the breast;
• dimpling of the skin or thickening in the breast tissue;
• a nipple that’s turned in (inverted);
• a rash (like eczema) on the nipple;
• discharge from the nipple;
• swelling or a lump in the armpit;
• Pain or discomfort in the breast that doesn’t go away.
A lump in the breast is the most common symptom of breast cancer. Waiting time in UK for breast scan can take weeks, but breast cancer scan abroad can be done matter of hours.
Most breast lumps are not cancer, they are usually fluid-filled lumps (cysts) or a fibro adenoma, made up of fibrous and glandular tissue.
But it is important to get anything that is unusual for you checked by your specialised cancer specialist.
Benefits of having breast cancer treatment in private clinic abroad.
- • breast cancer scan takes hours;
- • you can chose time of treatment;
- • you can keep your breast if you qualify for breast cancer radiosurgery treatment;
- • during full or partial breast removal you can get both breast reconstruction at the same time.
- • breast cancer will be quick and you will not need to wait for NHS queue;
Cancer treatments can be covered by NHS and can be refunded, if cancer treatment is received in a private clinic abroad. Cancer abroad could be alternative you can afford.
Now NHS allows you to bypass the NHS queue for breast cancer treatment, by reimbursing costs of breast cancer treatment, if you receive breast cancer treatment in private clinic abroad.