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Breast Cancer Health Center

Medical Reference Related to Breast Cancer

  1. Types of Mastectomy to Treat Breast Cancer

    The types of mastectomy -- partial, double, radical, and preventive -- and how the surgery is used to treat breast cancer.

  2. Breast Cancer, Lumpectomy, and Partial Mastectomy

    Learn about lumpectomy and partial mastectomy, breast-conserving procedures performed after a breast cancer diagnosis.

  3. Complications of Breast Cancer Surgery

    WebMD helps you understand the complications that may arise after surgery for breast cancer and the best ways to treat them.

  4. Breast Cancer Surgery Options

    WebMD explains the options for breast cancer surgery.

  5. Visible Side Effects of Breast Cancer Treatments

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

  6. Breast Cancer Treatment and Weight Changes

    Weight changes are a common side effect of certain breast cancer treatments.

  7. Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Breast Cancer

    Here’s a list of important questions to ask your doctor about breast cancer. You can print it out and take it with you to your next appointment

  8. Breast Cancer: Choosing Your Doctors and Hospitals

    How do you find a specialist to treat breast cancer? And how do you know where to have your treatments? Let the experts at WebMD help.

  9. Male Breast Cancer Treatment Options

    WebMD explains treatments options for male breast cancer.

  10. Breast Cancer and Your Genes

    Learn how family history and genetics play roles in breast cancer risk.

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