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The Voice of People With Breast Cancer


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Newly Diagnosed Guides

Metastatic Breast Cancer Handbook: A guide for individuals living with stage IV breast cancer

Whether this is your first breast cancer diagnosis or you’ve had breast cancer before, this guide offers a deeper look at how metastatic breast cancer affects your daily life and ways to help manage the changes that it brings.

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Breast Cancer and You: A guide for people living with breast cancer, Seventh Edition

CBCN’s seventh edition of Breast Cancer and You: A guide for people living with breast cancer is aimed to work as a handbook that can be used by you and your healthcare team as a personal resource. It includes useful information on breast cancer staging, diagnostic tests, recommended treatments for each cancer stage, possible side effects of treatment and their management, breast reconstruction options, and more.

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Never Too Young: Psychosocial Information and Support for Young Women with Breast Cancer

Never Too Young is CBCN’s handbook for young women with breast cancer.  It deals with the psychosocial aspects of the illness; that is, the interaction between social and psychological factors related to breast cancer.  There are chapters on such topics as mental health, partners, children, work, fertility, and a whole host of other important issues. 

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Breast cancer and bone health: What you need to know

This booklet will help you understand why focusing on bone health is important now that you have had a breast cancer diagnosis. It will introduce you to the types of bone loss that can accompany your cancer, the tests your doctor may perform to check the health of your bones, and some of the ways you can take care of your bones.

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