Is Total Mastectomy Required for Every Breast Cancer Patient? | CARE Hospitals | Dr. Yugandar Reddy

Is total mastectomy required for every breast cancer patient? With recent advances in treatment, it isn't required for most patients, says Dr. Yugandar Reddy, Consultant Surgical Oncologist, CARE Hospitals, HITEC City, Hyderabad. In 40% of breast cancer patients, the entire breast is not removed. The doctor talks about breast conservation surgery and how it is done. He also talks about who is eligible for it depending on the stages. In some cases, if breast reconstruction is required, post-reconstruction the remaining part of the breast is given radiation. He also talks about when radiation and chemotherapy are given. #carehospitals #transforminghealthcare #breastcancer #totalmastectomy #breastconservationsurgery #breastcancerawareness To know more about Dr. Yugandar Reddy, visit https://www.carehospitals.com/doctor/yugandar-reddy/512 For consultation call - 040 6720 6588 CARE Hospitals Group is a multi-specialty healthcare provider with 16 healthcare facilities serving 8 cities across 6 states in India. Today CARE Hospitals Group is the regional leader in South and Central India and is among the top 5 Pan-Indian hospital chains. It delivers comprehensive care in over 30 clinical specialties such as Cardiac Sciences, Oncology, Neurosciences, Renal Sciences, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Orthopedics & Joint Replacement, ENT, Vascular Surgery, Emergency & Trauma, and Integrated Organ Transplants to name a few. With its state-of-the-art infrastructure, an internationally-certified team of eminent doctors, and a caring environment, CARE Hospitals Group is the preferred healthcare destination for people living in India and abroad. To know more visit our website - https://www.carehospitals.com/ Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/carehospitalsindia https://www.instagram.com/care.hospitals https://twitter.com/CareHospitalsIn https://www.youtube.com/c/CAREHospitalsIndia stereotactic body radiotherapy stereotactic radiosurgery for cancer