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American Cancer Society: “What should you ask your doctor about breast cancer?”
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National Breast Cancer Foundation: “Breast Surgery.”
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American Cancer Society: “The Power of Exercise in Breast Cancer Survivors.”
University of California, San Francisco, Women’s Health Matters: “Nutrition & Breast Cancer.”
Breastcancer.org: “You and Your Partner.”
Breastcancer.org: “Bathing Suit Tips.”
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Breastcancer.org: “Telling Your Boss and Co-Workers About Your Breast Cancer Diagnosis.”
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