While side effects vary from person to person, there are common ones from chemotherapy, targeted therapy, and surgery for this type of breast cancer.
While your HER2+ breast cancer treatment journey will be unique to you, this general timeline will give you an idea of what to expect.
From start to finish, treatment can take a year, says oncologist Keerthi Gogineni, MD. After that, “a lot of it is trying to get back to normal.”
It’s natural to worry that your HER2-positive breast cancer might spread. Learn why this can happen and what signs to watch for.
Been down this road before? There’s a lot to wrap your mind around, whether it’s a local recurrence or has spread.