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Managing Your Medical Care: Breast Cancer: Once A Treatment Decision Is Made

Trust Your Treatment Team And Choice Of Treatment.

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Once you pick the best doctor(s) and treatment for you, trust the lead oncologist, the rest of the medical team, and the treatment plan.

If for some reason you don't trust the proposed treatment, get more details about your proposed treatment and continue to explore other alternatives, until you do trust.

If you don't trust a member of your team, change him or her. To learn how to switch doctors, click here.   

Keep in mind that trusting a doctor does not mean that you should stop asking questions or raising your concerns. If there isn't time to ask all your questions during an appointment with the doctor, ask when and how you can ask your additional questions. For instance, the doctor may take additional questions by email.

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