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Breast cancer survivors should receive additional therapeutic care La Crónica del Quindío



In Latin America, 596,000 new cases have been registered annually and more than 142,000 deaths due to this condition.

Breast cancer survivors should receive extra therapeutic care

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The survivors of breast cancer and patients with this disease must have a metastasis period receives extra treatments with therapeutic approaches which helps them to improve their quality of life.

"However, this practice is, unfortunately, common or widespread among health teamsDr Sergio Zúñiga said in a statement.

That expert explained Diets and exercise are key factors in lifestyle and that this team should be prescribed by a multidisciplinary team in all breast cancer survivors or in developing metastasis.

Zúñiga, an academic scholar at the University of Mexico Valley, said UVM Clinical trials emphasize the importance of nutrition counseling, patient's practicality and quality of life.

These studies explained, repeat the sudden change in the women's landscape that survived with metastatic breast cancer, especially in their last five years.

"So, the need to get Clear guidelines to enrich or increase the quality of life of these patients"he said.

The expert said that many women who are suffering or surviving breast cancer should be considered they have problems with side effects and treatment, including weight loss, practicality in day-to-day or other life activities is more difficult.

"Therefore, if these changes can improve the burden of symptoms and influence the desired quality of life in a positive way, we can say that it has largely achieved the comprehensive treatment of breast cancer survivors." said Zúñiga.

According to World Health Organization, WHO, In the world every year, 1.38 million new cases of breast cancer are detected and as a result There are 458,000 deaths due to this disease.

While back Pan American Health Foundation, PAHO, in Latin America there are 596,000 new cases registered annually and more than 142,000 deaths due to this condition, the Second cause of death of malignant tumors in the women of the region.

EFE


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