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Breast Health Global Initiative Consensus Declaration on Breast Cancer Treatment in Middle-Income Countries (Mrcs)

Benjamin Anderson

As the pattern of disease shifts from infectious diseases to non-communicable diseases like breast cancer, the most common cancer among women in middle resource countries (MRCs), cancer control programs are becoming a priority.The Center Asset Situations Working Gathering of the BHGI 2010 Worldwide Highest point met to recognize normal issues and obstructions to bosom disease identification, analysis and treatment in MRCs. They came to the conclusion that programs for early detection of breast cancer should continue to be important, include clinical breast examination (CBE) programs with or without mammography, and include active awareness programs. Despite improved public education efforts, mammographic screening is typically opportunistic, and early detection programs frequently face logistical, financial, and cultural obstacles. A disparity in access to health care can result from geographical and financial constraints on the availability of multidisciplinary treatment services. Limited personal finances can make it difficult for many patients to receive medical care if they do not have adequate health insurance. Quality assurance programs remain a challenge despite the improved availability of services like surgery, pathology, radiology, and radiotherapy. To improve outcomes, rehabilitation programs for survivors and improved access to anticancer medications are required. In order to improve breast cancer early detection and treatment, government health care financing in MRCs needs to be focused and sustained.