Understanding secondary breast cancer
eBook
Published: 31 Oct 2018
Next review: 30 Apr 2021
Edition: 8
Understanding secondary breast cancer

A booklet explaining secondary breast cancer, covering the causes and symptoms, diagnosis, staging and grading, treatments and clinical trials.

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Published: 31 Oct 2018
Next review: 30 Apr 2021
Edition: 8

A booklet explaining secondary breast cancer, covering the causes and symptoms, diagnosis, staging and grading, treatments and clinical trials.

About this eBook

This booklet is about secondary breast cancer. This is breast cancer that has spread to another part of the body. It is for anyone who has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer.

The booklet explains the signs and symptoms of secondary breast cancer. It also explains the different treatments, how to manage symptoms and ways to cope with some of the feelings you may have

View our online information about secondary breast cancer.

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