Speak with your physician about treatment options.

Although there are four standard ways to treat breast cancer (surgery, radiation therapy, hormonal therapy and chemotherapy), several treatments may be combined.

Your physician can recommend specific treatments depending on the type and location of the cancer, the stage at which it was detected, and your age and general health.



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