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Newly Diagnosed with Breast Cancer: What You Need to Know
A breast cancer diagnosis can bring a wide range of emotions and requires patients to make important medical decisions. Understanding your diagnosis, treatment, and clinical trial options are crucial steps in taking a proactive role in your health care. Join medical oncologist Melinda Telli, MD as she explains critical topics that every newly-diagnosed person with breast cancer should know, including staging, types, and treatments — including information about and indications for neoadjuvant and adjuvant chemotherapy, surgical options, emerging research, genomic tests, and more. She will also share information about the benefits of clinical trials, and explore the differences between sporadic and hereditary cancer.

Conference Recap: Hereditary Metastatic Breast Cancer Update
Recap of the session "What's New for Metastatic Breast Cancer?" at the 2014 Joining FORCEs conference

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NCCN Guidelines for Patients: Stage 0 Breast Cancer
Patient friendly overview of National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for Stage 0 Breast Cancer (DCIS,LCIS, and Paget's disease of the breast)

NCCN Guidelines for Patients: Early Stage Breast Cancer
Patient version of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for early stage (stage 1 and 2) breast cancer.

NCCN Guidelines for Patients: Stage 3 Breast Cancer
Patient version of National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for Stage III breast cancer.

NCCN Guidelines for Patients: Stage 4 Breast Cancer
Patient version of National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for Stage IV (Metastatic) Breast Cancer.

Male Breast Cancer Coalition
The Male Breast Cancer Coalition (MBCC), a not-for-profit patient advocacy organization, brings everyone together to educate the world about male breast cancer.

Store My Tumor
StoreMyTumor is a company that offers tumor banking services. You can decide before surgery to preserve your tumor tissue to enable participation in breakthrough, personalized treatments including immunotherapy.

FORCE:Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered