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Get Personalized Questions To Ask Your Doctor About HER2-Positive Breast Cancer

Updated on January 25, 2023

Conversation Guide | Top 3 Questions | Maintenance Therapy

Having a conversation with your doctor about breast cancer can be confusing, overwhelming, and complicated.

Based on your answers in this interactive questionnaire, you’ll receive a custom set of questions to ask your doctor regarding medication, therapy, surgery, tests, lifestyle changes, and other aspects of your treatment journey.

Use this guide to practice your questions out loud, to discuss with a loved one, or to ensure that your concerns best reflect your condition on your journey to recovery.

Make sure to answer all the questions, and click the white arrow button to see your results.

You’ll also have the option to receive your custom questions via email. Simply click the white arrow button one last time after seeing your results!

Conversation Guide | Top 3 Questions | Maintenance Therapy

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