Breast Cancer Radiation Therapy:

Breast cancer radiation therapy, also known as radiotherapy, is a common treatment option used to target and destroy cancer cells in the breast tissue after surgery (such as lumpectomy or mastectomy) or to help alleviate symptoms in cases of metastatic breast cancer. Radiation therapy uses high-energy rays to damage the DNA of cancer cells, preventing them from growing and dividing. While radiation therapy is generally well-tolerated, it can lead to side effects, which may include fatigue, skin changes (like redness or irritation in the treated area), and, in some cases, breast tissue changes. These side effects are typically temporary and can be managed with appropriate care and guidance from the healthcare team.

  • External Beam Radiation Therapy
  • Internal Radiation (Brachytherapy)

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36th Conference on Preventive Oncology and Diagnostic Cancer

Edinburgh, Scotland
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5th International Conference on Oncology and Cancer

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14th World Congress on Breast Cancer

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March 18-19, 2024

5th Global Summit on Oncology and Hematology

Zurich, Switzerland
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8th Global Meeting on Oncology and Radiology

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24th World Congress on Cancer and Diagnostics

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