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This section describes treatments for DCIS, including when they are used, how they are given, and possible side effects.
A general overview of treatment for DCIS. Includes links to more detailed information on individual treatments.
This section describes the different types of surgery to treat DCIS.
This section explains what hormonal therapies are, when they are given to women with DCIS, and what side effects they may cause.
Find out about follow-up appointments you'll have after treatment for DCIS.
This page is about the specialists who plan treatment for DCIS and the benefits and disadvantages of treatment.
Learn about radiotherapy as a treatment for DCIS. This section describes when radiotherapy is used, how it is given and possible side effects.
This page explains why clinical trials are carried out and what happens if you are asked to take part in a trial.
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