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11 Questions to Ask the Medical Oncologist

  1. Why are you recommending this therapy?
  2. What are the risks?
  3. Are there other ways to treat the cancer?
  4. Where do I go for chemotherapy or hormone therapy?
  5. Will I be able to drive myself home after treatment, or do I need help?
  6. How long does the treatment last?
  7. What are the risks and side effects?
  8. Will my hair fall out? Will it grow back?
  9. What about premature menopause and infertility?
  10. What should I avoid during treatment?
  11. Should I change my diet or lifestyle?

 

 

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Soy and Breast Cancer: What's the Link?

To be safe, Jennifer Mukai all but eliminated soy from her diet after being told she had breast cancer in May 2009. Being of Japanese descent and also health conscious, the Seattle interior designer says she was eating a lot of soy in various forms before her diagnosis. “I drank about three-quarters of a cup of soy milk in my coffee twice a day and ate tofu and edamame [soy beans] pretty regularly,” the 44-year-old tells WebMD. “I was also probably getting quite a bit of soy in the meat-substitute...

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Reviewed by Arnold Wax, MD on June 26, 2012
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