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Fear that breast cancer will return can affect survivors so profoundly they are unable to enjoy life. Having certain facts in hand and a surveillance plan can help dispel this fear. If not, counseling may be needed.
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Our experts discuss top concerns for cancer survivors.
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If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you’ll need support: mental, medical and physical support.
Don’t worry. You won’t be facing your cancer diagnosis alone. Learn about who’s on your support team.