The extent of cancer found after mastectomy, as well as other diagnostic factors such as tumor margins, hormone receptor status, and lymph node status if you had nodes removed, will help you and your doctor to decide on a treatment plan that’s right for your situation. Learn more about the factors that determine your treatment in Your Diagnosis.
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