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Research is looking into all aspects of breast cancer and aims to improve tests, treatment, and ways of coping with symptoms and side effects. Questions about cancer? Call freephone or email us. Skip to main content. Breast cancer. Find a clinical trial Our clinical trials database has information about UK clinical trials for breast cancer and summaries of trial results.
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If breast cancer spreads, it usually first spreads to the lymph nodes close to the breast. These lymph nodes drain the lymphatic fluid from the breast and arm. This is called an axillary lymph node dissection ALND or axillary clearance. Removing the lymph nodes helps to reduce the risk of your cancer coming back.
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The usual treatment is surgery to remove the cancer. Your doctor will also check the lymph nodes close to the breast to see if they contain cancer cells. You either have a test called a sentinel lymph node biopsy SLNB or surgery to remove some of the lymph nodes under the arm. Your surgeon might remove just the cancerous area with a border of normal breast tissue. Or you might have the whole breast removed.
The mission of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation is to prevent and cure breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research. Learn more about BCRF. Natalie Rivera, a medical resident, wife and mom shares how research gives her hope during her breast cancer treatment. Hear her story and from others whose lives have been impacted by research.