I Am Diagnosed With Hormone Receptor-Positive Breast Cancer

In hormone receptor-positive disease, breast cancer grows in response to the hormones estrogen or progesterone, or both. Nearly 75 percent of all breast cancers are hormone receptor-positive. Treatments usually include hormonal therapy. As a person with this type of cancer, you may have specific concerns about treatment choices, length of hormonal therapy, side effects, follow-up care and more. In this section, explore your unique needs as you cope with this diagnosis. 

New In Diagnosed with Hormone Receptor-Positive Breast Cancer

Article August 31, 2015
Article August 31, 2015
Article August 31, 2015
Article August 31, 2015
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Article August 31, 2015