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    What Is HER2-Positive Breast Cancer?

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    The American Cancer Society is a good starting place to find the support you and your family may need throughout your treatment and afterward.

    You may want to join a support group. That’s a good way to meet people who know what you're going through, because they’ve been through it, too.

    Let your family and friends know how you're feeling. Tell them what they can do to help you. They may want to help but don’t know what to do.

    Also, consider talking with a counselor. That could help you handle the emotions that can come with having cancer.

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    Reviewed by Lisa Bernstein, MD on March 01, 2016
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