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Research Article Volume 8 Issue 2

Profile of Carcinoma Breast Patients

Seema Devi1*, P Minakshi2 and Kaniz Fatima2

1Additional Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, IGIMS, Patna, India
2PG 2nd Year, Department of Radiation Oncology, IGIMS, Patna, India

*Corresponding Author: Seema Devi, Additional Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology, IGIMS, Patna, India.

Received: March 04, 2024; Published: March 14, 2024

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Introduction: Breast cancer is the commonest cancer and second cause of cancer related death in United States. As reported by various studies worldwide and India, there is significant increase in incidence and cancer related mortality reported in India. In India Breast cancer ranked one with age adjusted rate as high as 25.8 per lakh woman.

Material and Methods: This was retrospective study data archives from Department of Pathology and Department of Radiation Oncology, State Cancer Institute, Indira Gandhi Institute, Patna, Bihar. Patients diagnosed with breast carcinoma and available reports of serum hormonal status and HER2 + Ki 67 status by immunohistochemistry were analyzed.

Results: Total 210 cases were analyzed who attend our department for treatment in 6 months period. Commonest age group we found in our study was 41 to 50 years, 51 to 60 years cases of 22.6%, 12.3% cases 61 to 70 years. 27.5% cases were above 55 year and 72.5% were <55 years of age.

Conclusion: Breast cancer is more common in younger age group as compared to older age group. Advanced stage patient was highest in our study. Ki-67 range was 30-40%, commonest in our study

Keywords: Breast Carcinoma; Breast Cancer

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Citation: Seema Devi., et al. “Profile of Carcinoma Breast Patients”.Acta Scientific Cancer Biology 8.4 (2024): 03-09.




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