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After you have been diagnosed with primary breast cancer, your treatment team will discuss your treatment options with you and their possible side effects. These pages can help support you with more information about your treatment options.
Surgery is usually the first treatment for people with breast cancer.
Radiotherapy is a treatment for cancer that uses carefully measured and controlled high energy x-rays.
Chemotherapy is a treatment that uses anti-cancer drugs to destroy cancer cells.
Find out about hormone therapy, why it's given and what side effects you might experience.
Targeted therapies are drugs that block the growth and spread of cancer.
Bisphosphonates may be used as part of your treatment to reduce the risk of primary breast cancer spreading and your bones weakening or breaking.
If you have a particular concern about breast cancer, treatment or just want to talk, our specialist nurses and trained staff are here for you.
Join an online or face-to-face course and speak to other people going through a similar experience.
Read trusted information on your diagnosis and treatment.
Find out about the different long-term and short-term side effects from different treatments.
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