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Helping You Navigate Breast Cancer

Being diagnosed with breast cancer is an overwhelming experience. We want to provide you with information that can help you through this – about treatment options that are right for you, when to get a second opinion and many other types of questions you may have.

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Each breast cancer is different, and each of our patients with breast cancer is unique. That’s why Penn Medicine combines the world’s most high-tech, advanced treatments with a highly skilled, caring team of doctors and nurses who work with you to design a treatment plan. That plan includes making sure you get the best possible care – from surgery to ongoing treatment – as close to where you live as possible.

Get My Breast Cancer Guide

Hear from Our Breast Cancer Survivors

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Kim Reed

"I never in a million years thought that I would hear the words, 'You have breast cancer'."

Jackie Simmons

"Proton therapy just made an enormous amount of sense to me."

Get Your Breast Cancer Guide from Penn Medicine

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This Breast Cancer Guide provides information that can help answer your questions about:

  • Treatment options – including breast surgery, breast reconstruction and proton therapy at the Roberts Proton Therapy Center
  • Genetic risks, like BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutations, and how to reduce or manage your risks
  • Survivorship resources – coordinating long-term care after breast cancer

In addition to getting the useful information contained in the guide, you also may choose to speak with someone from Penn Medicine who can help you understand your options and make an appointment at Penn Medicine.

Please fill out the form and indicate whether you would like a Penn Medicine nurse to call you back.

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