You have many choices for treating your metastatic breast cancer. You and your care team can work together to choose the options that will help you live longer and feel as good as you can each day.
The right treatment for you depends on:
Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD on November 20, 2019
American Cancer Society: “Hormone Therapy for Breast Cancer,” “Chemotherapy for Breast Cancer,” “Treatment of Stage IV (Metastatic) Breast Cancer,” “Targeted Therapy for Breast Cancer,” “Surgery for Breast Cancer,” “Making the Decision About Clinical Trials,” “What’s It Like to Be in a Clinical Trial?” “A Guide to Palliative or Supportive Care.”
American Society of Clinical Oncology: “Breast Cancer -- Metastatic: Treatment Options,” “Breast Cancer -- Metastatic: About Clinical Trials,” “Breast Cancer -- Metastatic: Palliative Care.”
Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation: “Treatments for Metastatic Breast Cancer.”
BreastCancer.org: “Treatment for Triple-Negative Breast Cancer,” "Immunotherapy."
RadiologyInfo.org: “Stereotactic Radiosurgery (SRS) and Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT).”
National Cancer Institute: "Atezolizumab Approved for Some Patients with Triple-Negative Breast Cancer."
National Breast Cancer Foundation: "Triple Negative Breast Cancer."
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