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Know What Your Doctors Know: Metastatic Breast Cancer

Experts provide information and answer questions about metastatic breast cancer to help patients and caregivers compare, discuss, and select treatment options with their doctor.

 

 

Click the play button above to view the Know What Your Doctors Know: Metastatic Breast Cancer videos playlist or select an individual video within the playlist menu in the top right corner of the video window or from the list below.

View the full video of the webinar.

Part 1 – About NCCN and NCCN Foundation

Part 2 – Presenter Introductions

Part 3 – Precision Medicine

Part 4 – Clinical Trials

Part 5 – Shared Decision-Making (Part 1)

Part 6 – Multidisciplinary Team (Part 1)

Part 7 – Side Effects

Part 8 – Living with Cancer

Part 9 – Shared Decision-Making (Part 2)

Part 10 – Multidisciplinary Team (Part 2)

Part 11 – Resources

 

The Know What Your Doctors Know: Metastatic Breast Cancer webinars occurred in October 2020. This informational program was created in conjunction with the recently updated NCCN Guidelines for Patients® for Breast Cancer: Metastatic.

The NCCN Guidelines for Patients sheets are available to read and download for free online and via the NCCN Patient Guides for Cancer mobile app. Printed editions can be ordered from Amazon.com for a small fee.

NCCN Guidelines for Patients DO NOT replace the expertise and clinical judgment of the clinician.

Supporters

This webinar is supported through the NCCN Foundation®, by a contribution from our industry supporter AstraZeneca.

NCCN Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following corporate supporters for helping to make available these NCCN Guidelines for Patients: AstraZeneca, Lilly USA, LLC; Novartis Pharmaceutical Corporation; and Pfizer Inc. These NCCN Guidelines for Patients are also supported by an educational grant by Daiichi Sankyo and supported by a grant from Genentech, a member of the Roche Group. NCCN independently adapts, updates and hosts the NCCN Guidelines for Patients. Our corporate supporters do not participate in the development of the NCCN Guidelines for Patients and are not responsible for the content and recommendations contained therein.