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Follow-up after treatment for breast cancer


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  • Website: Canadian Cancer Society
  • Resource type: Article

Summary - The message of this resource is:

If you have had breast cancer, your risk of getting cancer again is highest within 5 years. This means that it is very important to go to your follow-up appointments after treatment. If you have any new symptoms before your follow-up appointment, tell your health care provider right away.


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malignancy, tumour, cancerous, mammogram, chemotherapy, radiation, mastectomy

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Rated on: 7/4/2018 8:30:00 PM

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