February 2020 Part 1 of 4 – Breast Cancer Special Issue Series

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The Importance of Receiving Patient-Centered Care
Breast CancerIssue Introductions
What is Patient-Centered Care? It means that you are much more than a breast cancer diagnosis. Sharing the essence of who you are will help your healthcare team to provide the patient-centered care you deserve.
Three Myths About Triple-Negative Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer
Think you know all the facts about Triple-Negative Breast Cancer? Think again. Increase your knowledge by checking out these common myths.
Triple-Negative Breast Cancer: One Woman’s Experience
Breast Cancer
Ricki Fairley was told she had 2 years to live. That was 8 years ago. This is her inspiring story of survival.
Difficult Conversations:  What to Expect When You Share the News of Your Diagnosis
Sharing the news of a diagnosis with your family, friends, and coworkers is hard. But you have total control over how and when these conversations take place. Here’s a guide of what to expect.
The Role of Your Breast Cancer Nurse Navigator
NavigatorsBreast Cancer
Your nurse navigator is the key person on your healthcare team to connect with throughout the entire course of your experience. Here’s why.
The Truth About Palliative Care
Palliative Care
An intimate discussion about what palliative care is, what is isn’t, and why it’s valuable to breast cancer patients.

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