Newly Diagnosed: What You Need To Know About an Early Stage Breast Cancer Diagnosis
Hearing the words “You have breast cancer” can cause a range of emotions, including fear, shock, stress, anger or numbness. You may feel overwhelmed by making decisions about your treatment and care or by waiting for your treatment to start. Join us for this one-hour webinar focusing on early-stage breast cancer diagnoses to get valuable information needed to understand your diagnosis and make treatment decisions, including how to talk about breast cancer with your family and friends. Get answers to the questions you have during this initial phase of your diagnosis.
This webinar will start with a 30 minute discussion between our moderator and our expert, Sonia Benn, MD, who will discuss commonly asked questions people have when newly diagnosed. The second 30 minutes will be an interactive Q&A period for audience comments and questions.
About Our Speaker:
Sonia Benn, MD
Sonia M. Benn, MD is a medical oncologist and hematologist at West Cancer Center in Southaven, Mississippi. She is also an assistant affiliated professor of medicine at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis. Read more...