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Medical Reference Related to Breast Cancer

  1. 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.

  2. 10 Questions for Doctor About Breast Cancer

    Print this list of 10 important questions to ask your doctor about breast cancer and take it with you to your next appointment.

  3. Breast Cancer Treatment With Chemotherapy

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

  4. Breast Cancer: Questions to Ask Your Breast Cancer Doctors

    If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, here's a list of questions to ask your breast cancer doctors.

  5. Nutrition and Exercise During Breast Cancer Treatment

    It's important to exercise if you are undergoing breast cancer treatment. WebMD tells you how to start and stay with a program.

  6. 11 Questions to Ask the Medical Oncologist

    Eleven questions about breast cancer treatment to considering asking your medical oncologist.

  7. Benign Breast Lumps

    Most breast lumps are not cancerous, but should be checked by a doctor. Learn more from WebMD about benign breast lumps and what to do about them.

  8. Breast Cancer: Hormone Therapy

    A collection of articles about hormone therapy used to treat breast cancer.

  9. Breast Cancer Resources

    Learn about breast cancer resources available to women with breast cancer and their loved ones.

  10. Breast Cancer Detection

    How would you know if you had breast cancer? Learn more from WebMD about breast cancer detection.

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