When Katie Shaw-Younkerman was diagnosed with breast cancer, she took a leave of absence from her job. But even after treatment, she has found that long-term effects from treatment impact her ability to work and carry out daily activities. She spoke to LBBC contributor Robin Warshaw about long-term side effects and how difficult it often is for family and friends to understand what she is experiencing.
More Evidence That Chemotherapy Before Surgery Can Make Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Eligible for Lumpectomy
About half of women diagnosed with early-stage triple-negative breast cancer who were not eligible for lumpectomy when first diagnosed became eligible for lumpectomy after chemotherapy before surge...