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    Helpful Website I found.
    GGrandmaJan posted:
    Good morning ladies,

    I ran across this web-site that has so much helpful information.

    It is put out by the American Society of Clinical Oncology. So I feel the information is up-to-date and reliable. It explains how to interpret your pathology report in language we can all understand. Also has a great list of questions to ask each member of your health care team, from your Surgeon to your Oncolgist. Explains treatments---DX testing-- radiation treatments and much more. When you go into the site just put in Breast Cancer in the search window.

    It really seems to answer so many questions you ladies are asking about. Hope you find it as helpful as I did.

    GGrandma Jan
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