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The information in this section is for women who experience side effects that continue for six months or longer after breast cancer| treatment, or delayed late effects which begin months or years after treatment.
You can watch our video of Diane's experience of breast cancer and menopausal symptoms|.
An introduction to the possible late effects of breast cancer treatment and how they can be improved or managed
Describes the different treatments for breast cancer and their possible side effects
A list of the guidelines and sources referenced to produce the information in this section
An explanation of the different terms used to describe the late side effects of breast cancer treatment
The different side effects of breast cancer treatments and ways of improving or controlling them
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