Breast Cancer Stages Directory
Stages of breast cancer range from stage 0 to stage IV, with stage 0 being localized to the breast with no spreading. In stage IV, the tumor has spread to other organs. For stage 0, the five-year survival rate is about 100%. Treatment for stage 0 breast cancer may include surgery, radiation, or hormone therapy. In other stages, recommended treatment may include surgery along with radiation, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and sometimes biological therapy. Some women may choose a clinical trial for treatment. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the stages of breast cancer, what they look like, how to treat them, and much more.
Stage I Breast Cancer Treatment Options
Learn more about the treatment options for stage I breast cancer.
Treatment Options for Stage II Breast Cancer
WebMD offers an overview of surgical and drug treatment options for Stage 2 breast cancer.
Stage III Breast Cancer Treatment Options
Understanding stage III breast cancer and its treatment options.
Stage IV Breast Cancer Treatment Options
Learn more about the treatment options for stage IV breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Survivors: Managing Treatment Side Effects
New drugs and therapies fight the side effects of treatments for breast cancer, such as nausea, fatigue, and nerve damage.
Treatment Choices for Advanced Breast Cancer
Will you need surgery, chemo. radiation, or other treatments?
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Me and the Girls
Nearly 200,000 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. WebMD features the stories of nine breast cancer survivors, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A Breast Cancer Survivor's Grief: Losing Your Doctor
Doctors aren't supposed to die before their patients. When it happened to breast cancer survivor Gina Shaw, she felt scared and bereft. What she learned can help us all.