Prince Bakshi, M. Pharm (Pharmacy Practice) 2nd Year student at National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, India, an Institute under the supervision of Government of India. I am doing my project work on treatment outcomes in Diabetic and Non-diabetic Breast cancer women in Bihar region, India.I have done my B. Pharm from Punjab Technical University, Punjab, India. I still have more interest to work in the field of this co-morbidity (Diabetes and Breast cancer).
In India, Bihar region, major tertiary hospitals like Mahavir Cancer Institute and Research Centre, more than 5000 cases were reported annually, out of which more than 20 % were having Breast Cancer (mean age 25-40 Years). The majority of these patients are from (87.71%).
Following points will be focused during presentation: -
Statistical structure of Breast Cancer Scenario in India:-In India, for the year 2012, nearly 1,45000 breast cancer were reported out of which nearly 70 thousand died of it, indicating for every 2 women diagnosed with breast cancer one women is dying of it. This is the highest breast cancer worldwide mortality rate.
Rigorous risk factors contributing Breast cancer in Bihar Region: - In Bihar, around68.9% girls are getting married before completing 18 years of age. First Pregnancy before 20 years of age with highest fertility rate (> 4 children), Financial Burden etc.
Comparative treatment outcomes in Diabetic and Non-Diabetic Breast Cancer Patients: - Role of Diabetes Mellitus in Breast Cancer and effects of Insulin and other Oral Hypoglycemic Drugs during Breast Cancer treatment.
Overall Quality of life of Breast Cancer patients: - Overall Quality of life analysis of Post-surgical breast cancer women of Bihar region on the basis of Social, Spiritual Well-being, Economical and Psychological perspectives (Self prepared Qol-BC-28 Questionnaire).