For certain breast cancer patients, specialized tumor tests can be used to determine if they are likely to benefit from chemotherapy. You can learn about these tests in this video.
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Patients tend to think medical practice is based totally on science–and undisputable. Doctors and other health care professionals know that is not the case.
Metastatic disease is often treated with multiple therapies including hormone and chemotherapies, surgery, and radiation. In this video, you’ll learn learn about the treatment options available and what happens if your tumor stops responding to treatment.
There are many different ways to treat breast cancer but they may not all be right for you. In this video, you’ll learn about the different types of treatments and how they may impact your body and your breast cancer.
You have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Take a deep breath, you have time to understand your situation and make informed choices. In this video, you’ll learn some of the important information you should know about what’s happening to your body.
The majority of women today are aware of breast cancer from a fairly young age, and there are countless resources available that provide basic information about the disease, risk factors, and screening; e.g., what to do if you have an abnormal mammogram, or ten things to ask your doctor about your diagnosis. At the other end of the information spectrum, patients and family members/caregivers can become lost and discouraged by the universe of complex scientific data available about breast cancer.