Cáncer de Seno Claro y Sencillo: Breast Cancer Book Now Available in Spanish

Simple Answers to Breast Cancer Questions for the Newly Diagnosed

A trusted, easy-to-read source for answers about breast cancer written by the experts at the American Cancer Society is now available in Spanish. Cáncer de Seno Claro y Sencillo is a place to find thoughtful, straightforward answers that can make an overwhelming diagnosis easier to navigate.

Even though advancements in screening and treatment are making a difference in the fight against breast cancer, 252,710 women in the United States are expected to be diagnosed with the disease this year. For those who must face breast cancer, having a source for answers can be an invaluable way to feel more informed, more in control, and more prepared as they move forward with life and with treatment.

Like the English version, Breast Cancer Clear & SimpleCáncer de Seno Claro y Sencillo also uses a question-and-answer format to help guide a patient through the breast cancer journey. It provides a thorough overview of how breast cancer is diagnosedstaged, and treated, and includes helpful tools for patients, such as a checklist of questions to ask the medical team at each important step of their care.

Cáncer de Seno Claro y Sencillo also provides information on topics including the latest in genetic counseling, the pros and cons of different breast surgery options, targeted treatment of specific types of breast cancer, and how to tackle problems with finances, work, and relationships. The book is fully illustrated, and features a glossary of medical terms as well as a resource guide for patients who may want additional information or support.

The book is available in both print and electronic format.

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