Patient Comments: Breast Cancer - Treatment
What kind of treatment did you have for breast cancer?
A Doctor's View on Breast Cancer Treatment
Read the Comment by Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Breast cancer treatment will vary from patient to patient, and is dependent on the type and stage of breast cancer. A common breast cancer treatment drug is chemotherapy; other treatments include surgery, hormone therapy, targeted therapy, and radiation therapy. The most common side effects of breast cancer treatment are nausea and fatigue. Managing these two types of side effects will increase the quality-of-life for patients. Read the entire Doctor's View
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