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Left To Take Control

Ms. N.'s (49 years old) story began when she detected a noticeable lump accompanied by pain over her left breast. Having always been in relatively good health, she was startled at her discovery and frightened by the possibility of a diagnosis she was not prepared for.

Ms. N. sought immediate medical attention and was referred to a breast surgeon. Following a mammogram and biopsy it was confirmed that she had an invasive breast tumour of approximately 2cm in size and was diagnosed with stage 2 Breast Cancer. Following several more investigations, she was advised to undergo a mastectomy with reconstruction of her left breast and the surgery was scheduled.

Days before her surgery was due to take place, Ms. N. contacted Medix to seek advice and inquire if a mastectomy was truly the only option for her.


Time was of the essence as the surgery was already scheduled and Medix handled Ms. N.'s case with the utmost urgency. She was appointed a dedicated Case Manager Doctor and Nurse and with her consent, Medix acquired all of her clinical records including imaging and referred them to a leading global specialist for review.


The consulting specialist confirmed the diagnosis in reference to the tumour, however differed in the treatment approach. He stated that considering the tumours' size, together with Ms. N's personal and family medical history, and never having undergone any previous hormonal therapy, a combined approach of a lumpectomy along with radiotherapy would be more appropriate.


Ms. N. was extremely satisfied by the news and the fact that she did not need to go ahead with the mastectomy. Even though she was aware that she still had a challenging medical journey ahead, she now had options and was able to make an informed decision and the choice of whether to undergo a mastectomy or not  was hers to make.


Ms. N. decided to proceed with the lumpectomy and three weeks later she began radiotherapy treatment as well. The surgery together with the radiotherapy was successful and resulted in Ms. N.'s complete remission.


“My family and I are forever grateful for the support and guidance that Medix team gave me during the most trying time of my life.” - Ms. N. 

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