Breast Cancer Health Clinic
A breast cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming. And just when you’re trying to cope with the shock and the fears about your future, you’re asked to make important decisions about your treatment.
Cancer is a group of abnormal cells that grow more rapidly than normal cells and that refuse to die. Cancer cells also have the ability to invade and destroy normal tissues, either by growing directly into surrounding structures or after travelling to another part of your body through your bloodstream.
Breast cancer is cancer that forms in the cells of the breasts. It accounts for 28% of all cancers in women in Ireland, with an average of 1726 new diagnosis each year. There are several different types of breast cancer, which can develop in different parts of the breast.
Book now for a Health Clinic to assist during treatment and to cope with symptoms and effects after diagnosis. Our team of professional, friendly clinicians will offer help and guidance.