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Breast Cancer: Post Treatment 0 - 6 Months: Medical Care

What To Do If The Treatment Didn't Work

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If the treatment didn't work:

  • Ask your cancer doctor about other treatments that may work, including cutting edge treatments only available in clinical trials.
  • Consider doing your own medical research, ask a family member or friend to do it for you, and/or hire a medical research service. Some services even make a recommendation in addition to providing facts.
  • Contact an NCI designated comprehensive cancer center for another opinion (a "second opinion."). You can locate an NCI center at
  • Consider complementary treatments to learn if any can be helpful to you.
  • Consider whether you want to undergo another treatment. There may come a time when you no longer feel that you want to enter another treatment. There is no right or wrong in this situation. You are in charge of your body. The choice is yours.

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