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Today, women diagnosed with breast cancer have more and better treatment options than ever before. That can mean a better chance of surviving with less invasive treatments.
It also means that it's even more important to learn all you can about the disease and the treatment options.
When you're figuring out what to ask your doctor, consider these questions suggested by the American Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute:
It may help to take notes during the doctor visit, record the visit or bring someone else with you.
If you think you may want a second opinion, it's a good idea to get copies of the radiology report, pathology report and your medical records.