Breathe, Be Confident in your Breast Cancer Treatment Plan BE CONFIDENT.

Should you get a second opinion?

After a breast cancer diagnosis, it’s normal to want to treat the cancer as soon as possible. But you also want to feel confident about your treatment plan. It’s common for people with breast cancer to seek a second opinion before going forward with treatment.

Should you get a Second Opinion?

Value of a second opinion? Remember the 3Cs.



Even if a second opinion only confirms your diagnosis and the treatment plan recommended by your care team, you now have the peace of mind knowing you’re making the right decision for you.



A second opinion can also give you more details about the breast cancer type and stage that could affect your treatment plan.



You may find it hard to tell your doctor you’re seeking a second opinion, but it’s common to get one.

Who should you talk to about treatment planning?

A good place to start is with your oncologist, surgeon, and radiation oncologist. Working together, you can gather the information you need to make an informed decision about treatment.

What are Your Breast Cancer Treatment Options?

What are your treatment options?

You understand the diagnosis. You know the importance of the care team. Now it’s time to learn about the treatment options available to you. Read more…