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The Role of Adjuvant Therapy in Breast Cancer Treatment: Explained

In this video, we explore adjuvant therapy for breast cancer. Adjuvant therapy is additional treatment given after the primary treatment for cancer, such as surgery. Its purpose is to reduce the risk of cancer coming back by targeting any remaining cancer cells that might not have been removed during the primary treatment. Adjuvant therapy can include: -

Chemotherapy: Using drugs to kill cancer cells. - Radiation Therapy: Using high-energy rays to destroy cancer cells. - Hormone Therapy: Blocking hormones that fuel certain cancers. - Targeted Therapy: Using drugs or other substances to precisely target cancer cells. Adjuvant therapy is tailored to each patient based on the type of cancer, its stage, and other individual factors. Its goal is to improve long-term outcomes and increase the chances of cure.'

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