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Questions to Ask About Treatment for Breast Cancer

What to Know About Your Treatment Choices for Breast Cancer

Certain Factors Help Predict Invasive Breast Cancer

Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer Treatment

Goal of Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer

What Happens During Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer

Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer Treatment

What Happens During Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer

How You Get Radiation for Breast Cancer

What You Need to Know About Radiation Treatment for Breast Cancer

Surgery for Breast Cancer Treatment

What to Know About Surgery for Breast Cancer

Breast-Conserving Surgery

Making the Decision to Have Breast-Conserving Surgery

Mastectomy

Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy

Breast Reconstruction

Making the Decision to Have Breast Reconstruction After a Mastectomy for Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer: What Happens After Reconstructive Surgery

Taking Care of Your Incision After Breast Surgery

Lymphedema Following a Mastectomy

Post-Mastectomy Prosthesis

Making the Decision to Have a Mastectomy

What You Need to Know About Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancer

Making the Decision to Have Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancer

What Happens During Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancer

About Tamoxifen

About Taxol

Ovarian Ablation as Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancer

What to Expect After Taking Hormone Therapy Drugs for Breast Cancer

What to Know About Combination Therapy for Breast Cancer

Aromatase Inhibitors for Breast Cancer

Other Treatments for Breast Cancer

What to Know About Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer

What Happens During Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer

About Clinical Trials: Information from the National Cancer Institute

National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP)

Breast Cancer Prevention Trial (BCPT)

Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene (STAR)

Stay Healthy After Breast Cancer

Exercising After Breast Cancer: Moving Toward Health

Osteoporosis in Women with Cancer

Sexuality Issues for Women Being Treated for Cancer