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What You Need to Know About Breast Cancer: Part 2

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The physician’s ability to treat breast cancer is advancing every year. Yet in spite of these innovations, a diagnosis of breast cancer can still be traumatic, even earth shattering.

On July 11th at 12:00 Noon ET, The Columbia University Department of Surgery Clinical Breast Cancer Program will be holding the second in a series of three Blog Talk Radio shows on what you need to know about breast cancer.

Topics covered in the second show will be:

Early Diagnosed Breast Cancer: What are the early symptoms that accompany breast cancer? Can you have breast cancer without having any symptoms? What are my options? Needle biopsy, surgery, and treatment of local mass vs. systemic chemo, radiation, RFA, and more.

Needle or Knife: When a lump is found, should you consider having a biopsy before resorting to surgery?

To submit a question to Dr. Feldman to be answered live on the show, send an email to info@columbiasurgery.org with Blog Talk Radio: What You Need to Know in the subject line.

Be sure to listen to the first show about Breast Health, Prevention, & Family History: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/columbiasurgery/2012/06/06/what-you-need-to-know-about-breast-cancer-part-1