Your treatment depends on where your cancer is, how big it is, whether it has spread anywhere else in your body, and your general health. A team of doctors and other professionals decide on the best treatment and care for you.
The type of treatment you have for breast cancer will depend on the stage of your cancer. Treatments include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy.
Find out about the different types of surgery for breast cancer, how to prepare for your operation, and how to recover well.
Radiotherapy uses high energy x-rays to kill cancer cells. Find out about planning radiotherapy for breast cancer, having treatment, and possible side effects.
Read about when, where and how you have chemotherapy for breast cancer, and how to cope with the possible side effects.
Hormones can stimulate breast cancer cells to grow. Hormone therapy blocks or lowers the amount of hormones in the body.
Targeted cancer drugs work by targeting the differences in cancer cells that help them to grow and survive. Find out about having targeted drugs for breast cancer.
You have regular follow up after your treatment for breast cancer. This is to check how you are and see whether you have any problems or concerns.
Many women have no more problems after their treatment for breast cancer. But sometimes breast cancer comes back. Find out about symptoms and treatment.
Find out about the different types of treatment you might have when breast cancer has spread or come back.
Find out about the latest UK breast cancer research and clinical trials, and how you can take part.