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Here you will learn all the details and latest medical advances about how doctors treat breast cancer explained in a language that is easily understood by you.

ARTICLES

Targeted therapy are medications that target a specific molecule on breast cancer cells. Targeted therapy may be used in people with invasive or metastatic breast …

Ductal carcinoma in situ, DCIS, is a curable form of non-invasive breast cancer where the cancer cells do not leave the milk ducts. Hormonal therapy …

Chemotherapy is often used in metastatic breast cancer. Your doctor will recommend specific chemotherapy medication for you. Most of the time, one chemotherapy drug is …

Not everyone who is diagnosed with breast cancer will require chemotherapy. While chemotherapy is required for many people with invasive breast cancer, some people can …

If you have metastatic breast cancer that is hormone receptor-positive, hormonal therapy will be part of your treatment plan. For HR-positive metastatic breast cancer, many …

Are you wondering if you should be taking hormonal therapy for breast cancer? Read on to learn about when hormonal therapy is used. Hormonal therapy …

VIDEOS

What are the racial disparities in breast cancer? Wondering what the differences are in treatment options, detection of breast cancer, and survival? In this video, …

In this video, Dr. Jennifer Griggs answers the most common questions asked about breast cancer treatment. Visit www.Yerbba.com to get your personalized breast cancer report!

First appointments for breast cancer after diagnosis can be scary. What questions should you ask about your diagnosis? About your testing? About your treatment options? …

Men can have breast cancer, although it is far more common in women. How common is breast cancer for men? How is it different? How …

What is triple-negative breast cancer? How common is it? What does treatment for triple-negative breast cancer look like, and how effective is it for different …

Cancer can cause a lot of grief; loss of a breast, hair, identity, a friend, etc. How should we deal with grief caused by cancer? …