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Follow-up care is important after breast cancer treatment is over. It is recommended you visit your doctor for a check-up every three to six months for three years after you complete your treatment, every six to twelve months for the next two years, and once a year after that. Tell your doctor about any new symptoms or any treatment side effects that do not go away.
hormone therapy, oncologist, mammograms, chemotherapy, mammography, hormone therapy, breast exam
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