Our Services

What we do

    Diagnostic and treatment planning services

  • At our Breast Care Center in Khulna (Bangladesh), we diagnose, plan treatment and provide medical treatment for women with serious breast problems and breast cancer.
  • We have written Guidelines for diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, based on the best international data, for any doctors and patients to read.
  • We do research about breast cancer questions that are important for Bangladeshi women.

Our Services

At our Breast Care Center in Khulna we offer “one stop” care for women who have a breast problem.

For every new patient:

  • We create an electronic medical record.
  • We do a careful complete physical examination.
  • We perform a breast ultrasound examination with a high resolution scanner.

For any patient who has a breast change that may be cancer, we recommend and do an immediate painless needle biopsy to obtain tissue to make a pathological examination. For any patient who we find has a serious breast problem, the patient’s situation is reviewed at our weekly international patient management telemedicine video conference with international experts.

Medical treatment services (chemotherapies and hormonal therapies)

For patients who need medical treatments with chemotherapy, we provide outpatient day care treatments.
For any patient who is diagnosed with breast cancer we give recommendations for any specific laboratory tests or radiology examinations, and specific treatments. Our recommendations are based on our Amader Gram Clinical Practice Guidelines and recommendations from our international consultants.

Medical treatments, long term

“For women with problems with breast pain or discomfort with is clearly not due to cancer, and for women with breast cancer who are receiving hormonal treatments, we provide regular check-up visits with careful physical examinations and ultrasound examinations.”

Symptom management care

“For women with very serious breast or other cancer problems who have pain and other symptoms which keep them at home, we do a careful evaluation of these symptoms and then we give the patient and her family a special cell phone and have them send a report to our doctors every day of the woman’s symptoms. Our doctors and nurses then prescribe and change treatments to make sure that the symptoms get better.”