Breast cancer is a disease in which postoperative monitoring is crucial for detecting any recurrences, both in the same breast and in the contralateral breast.

Immediately after surgery, depending on the type of procedure performed, you will stay in the hospital for 1-2 nights.

  • You should ensure that during this period you feel calm and mentally balanced. The disease can cause a particularly emotionally charged period, so try to communicate it only to family members or friends who are necessary.
  • Pain after surgery is completely controlled with medication, and we ensure that the process is as smooth and painless as possible. You will be given clear instructions for home care.
  • If you have also undergone axillary lymph node dissection, you will also receive specific instructions for managing and exercising the upper limb.
  • The incision and the breast skin require monitoring and meticulous postoperative care for 1-2 months to allow the scar and the area to heal in the best possible way. You will also be given specific instructions depending on the type of procedure you have undergone.
  • Postoperative care is particularly important, and we are always by your side throughout the duration of your need. Do not hesitate to contact your doctor in case you experience symptoms that have been thoroughly explained to you before surgery. Even for any questions, it is important to know the postoperative support you are receiving.
  • It is advisable to return to your normal daily routine as soon as possible. This way, the recovery period goes more smoothly and quickly.


All the available weapons in our arsenal are at your service for the treatment of breast cancer. The treatment plan may include, in addition to surgical removal and possible reconstruction after mastectomy, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, or immunotherapy. The oncology board will decide exactly which treatment plan is most appropriate for your case. International standards and treatment protocols always aim to cure you definitively from breast cancer and prevent any potential recurrence or “mirror” cancer in the other breast.

  • Radiation Therapy

Radiation therapy uses high-energy X-rays targeted to the area to destroy any remaining cancer cells. It is a local treatment that addresses a broader area of the chest and helps prevent recurrence.

  • Chemotherapy

It involves a combination of drugs that selectively attack cancer cells, either to destroy them or to suppress their multiplication. It is a systemic treatment that selectively detects and targets cancer cells that have escaped from the primary focus through lymphatic circulation or the bloodstream.

  • Hormonal Therapy

It prevents cancer cells throughout the body (systemic treatment) from receiving the hormones they need to grow and prevents any recurrence of cancer. It is used in patients whose cancer cells are responsive to estrogen or progesterone. The treatment is administered through pills and lasts for 3, 5, or 10 years depending on the Oncotype of the cancer.

  • Immunotherapy

Also, targeted systematic therapy is applied when the receptors are present. Internationally, the guidelines are specific for the treatment protocols that should be followed.

Most cancer treatments have side effects. However, all of them are pharmacologically managed and cease after the completion of the therapies. During this period, it is crucial to maintain constant communication with your oncologist to receive advice and timely treatment for any potential side effects. It is a time when you need psychological support. The important thing is that it will eventually come to an end, and you will have won the battle against breast cancer. Everything is done precisely for this goal.


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