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December 1999

Being Your Own Patient Advocate

"Do a lot of homework, find the best treatment, then go out and get it!"

That advice, from breast cancer survivor and Johns Hopkins Breast Center patient Cindy Geoghegan, echoes the attitudes of many survivors today—an aggressive, take charge approach to decisions regarding their own care.
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Research Review

Lumpectomy for Breast Cancer Relapse

Family History and Breast Conserving Surgery

FDA Approves Taxol for Early-Stage Breast Cancer

Reducing New Tumor Risk in Young Patients

Good Prognosis for Women with Carcinoma in Situ

Lymph Node Removal May Not Always Be Necessary

Complementary Approaches

Avoiding Weight Gain, Taking Folic Acid to Minimize Cancer Risk

 


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