While breast cancer drugs for advanced stages that are often used in chemotherapy include:
- Platinum agent (cisplatin, carboplatin)
- Vinorelbine (Navelbine®)
- Capecitabine (Xeloda®)
- Liposomal doxorubicin (Doxil®)
- Gemcitabine (Gemzar®)
- Ixabepilone (Ixempra®)
- Albumin-bound Paclitaxel (catch-paclitaxel or Abraxane®)
- Eribulin (Halaven®)
There may be some other breast cancer medications that are not mentioned above. Always consult a doctor about the breast cancer medication you are taking. Basically, breast cancer drugs will depend on the age, condition, and development of cancer cells. That is why, always consult a doctor regarding breast cancer medicine that suits your needs.
Treatment at Home
What Lifestyle Changes Can be Made to Overcome This Disease?
The following lifestyle and home remedies can help you deal with breast cancer:
Healthy lifestyle. A healthy diet and regular exercise are important. You can start by reducing alcohol consumption and stopping smoking.
Healthy diet. Consumption of good nutrition is very important. You will have difficulty holding food in the stomach because the therapy you receive can cause nausea or change your taste sensation. This can help you to eat smaller meals and more often a day.
Regular exercise. Cancer can cause prolonged weakness and will not improve with rest. Regular exercise can help you relieve weakness. You can start by walking and choosing a sport that is comfortable for you.
How to Prevent Breast Cancer?
A powerful way to prevent this disease is to avoid all risk factors for the cause. In addition, being aware of the symptoms of breast cancer with early detection is also an important step to prevent this disease.
Here are some ways to detect early to be aware of the symptoms of breast cancer that you can do.
1. Check Your Own Breasts
The easiest step to find out the symptoms of breast cancer is by breast self examination or BSE. The goal is to examine the lump in the breast. You can do this check at home regularly. Routine checks will help you to recognize the texture of normal breast tissue.