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Learn about the steps that people at high risk for cancer can take to manage their risk and protect their health.

Screening after risk-reducing mastectomy

Currently there are no national guidelines outlining long-term screening of women after risk-reducing mastectomy.  Experts recommend that women who notice lumps or other changes in their breast report them to their oncologist or other health care provider for appropriate follow-up. 

Updated 11/04/2015

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