NCCN Guidelines for Patients® | Stages I and II Breast Cancer - page 78

NCCN Guidelines for Patients
Stages I and II Breast Cancer, Version 1.2014
Breast cancer
Risk factors for mesothelioma
Webpages | Review
Having breast cancer can be very
stressful. While absorbing the fact that
you have cancer, you have to learn
about tests and treatments and accept a
treatment plan. Parts 2 through 8 gave
the treatment recommendations of the
NCCN breast cancer experts. Part 9 has
other useful information on treatment
Have a treatment plan
A roadmap through cancer care
Learning that you have breast caner starts an
unplanned journey to an unknown place. A treatment
plan is like having a roadmap for your journey. It is
a written course of action through treatment and
beyond. A treatment plan for stage I or II breast
cancer often has the following parts:
• Your treatment team – Cancer care is a team
effort. It’s helpful to have the names and
contact information of all your health care
providers listed.
• Test results – Since breast cancers can
greatly differ, test results that describe the
cancer are included.
Making treatment
dec sions
76 Have reatment plan
7 G t a 2
78 Questions to ask your doctor
80 Websites | Decision aids
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