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Medical Reference Related to Breast Cancer

  1. Breast Cancer and the Breast Self-Exam

    Learn how to perform a breast self-exam to check for lumps or other breast changes that may signal breast cancer.

  2. WebMD's 10 Important Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Breast Cancer

    A list of 10 questions to ask your doctor if you have been diagnosed with breast cancer.

  3. What Is Breast Cancer?

    Learn the basics about breast cancer.

  4. Treating Recurrent Breast Cancer

    What happens when breast cancer returns? Find out how a recurrence is treated.

  5. Side Effects From Breast Cancer Chemotherapy and Radiation

    Learn about the possible side effects of breast cancer treatments.

  6. Tamoxifen for Breast Cancer Treatment and Prevention

    WebMD evaluates the use of tamoxifen for treating breast cancer and preventing it in high-risk cases. Find out how effective it is and what the potential risks are.

  7. Possible Warning Signs of Breast Cancer

    WebMD explains the warning signs of breast cancer.

  8. Managing the Visible Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatments

    Breast cancer treatments can take a toll on how you feel and look. WebMD provides tips on how to overcome the visible side effects of breast cancer treatments including hair loss, weight change, and skin problems.

  9. Lobular Carcinoma (Invasive and In Situ)

    While the majority of breast cancers start in the ducts of the breasts, some breast cancers begin in the lobules. WebMD explains invasive lobular carcinoma and lobular carcinoma in situ. Find out what these conditions are, how they are diagnosed, and how they are treated.

  10. Breast Cancer Treatment With Chemotherapy

    WebMD helps you understand what to expect from using chemotherapy as a treatment for breast cancer.

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