Hormonal therapy, or anti-estrogen therapy, is one of the treatment options available to address breast cancer. Depending on the stage and severity of your cancer, this could be one of the choices on the table.
But how can you be sure that this is the right treatment option for you? How does your doctor reach the decision that you should engage in hormone therapy treatment? In this video, shared by Breast Cancer Answers®, listen to Dr. Jay Harness discussing if estrogen receptor positive breast cancer patients should be treated with anti-estrogen therapy (also called hormonal therapy or even anti-hormonal therapy). The answer is: yes. Anti-estrogen medication is beneficial when it comes to invasive breast cancers. Watch the whole video to learn more about it.
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