Breast cancer isn't one disease, but rather one made of many subtypes that have unique characteristics and respond to different treatments. Research continues to show promise with new targeted therapies proving to be effective, giving women new hope for long lives. If you have recently been diagnosed with breast cancer, you may be feeling alone. You can rest assured, however, that you are not.
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Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Catch up on how an old standby continues to evolve. HER2 has been a major part of the breast cancer vocabulary since the 1980s. Nowadays everyone knows their status as a matter of course. But what exactly does that mean?