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Could you answer some questions I have about breast cancer? If so, why did you choose to become a doctor in the field of breast cancer? How is it dealing with patients that have breast cancer? How do you break the news the patients that they have breast cancer? What is the hardest part about your job? What is the most rewarding part about your job?
Asked On : Thu, 26 Apr 2012
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Gastroenterologist, Surgical 's  Response
It is one of the most challenging cancers to treat as with a properly formulated treatment one can deliver great results to the patient as compared to other cancers.
Quite a few of them are young. So one has to take into consideration the psychological impact on the patient before commencing surgical treatment.
It is always better to discuss the issue with the next of kin. Try to understand the nature and mindset of the patient. Therafter tailor make meeting to break the news.
To explain to the patients who present late that nothing much can be done.
The relief seen on the patient's face after a successful surgery.
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HIV AIDS Specialist Dr. (Prof). Ram's  Response
to be doctor and deal cancer patients is really very thrilling job ,real pleasure comes when we cure some breast cancers completely reporting early to us and when no reccurance seen in long years follow inform patient for cancer is very difficulty and touchy movement i prepare patient takes her in my good confidance as family member and the reveals slowly in a way as it doenot depress or creat mental too much agony in my patient with assurances of treting it and fight it.
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