S Gita, Dr. Priyesh M Bhanwara Jain and Dr. Kanchan Kumari Sharma
WHO in 2019 has reported 2.09 million cases and 62, 7000 deaths of breast cancer in women. It affects women in the developing and developed countries across the globe. In our country, breast cancer is the most common form of cancer, among women which begins in the early thirties and peaks at 60-65 years of age. Breast cancer if detected early can be treated. The study was done to assess Quality of Life among breast Cancer patients. Using Sister Callista Roy’s General system theory this descriptive study was done on 100 Breast Cancer patients in Oncology OPD using QOL tool. Study findings revealed that with all treatment and follow-up regimes too only 54% had a good QOL rest being affected with disease and having some or other issues. To conclude even if there are extensive advancements in treatment modalities related to the Breast cancer still the fears, finances and social activities are widely affected.