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What surgery options do I have for Breast Cancer Metastatic or Recurrent?

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Surgery may be used to treat metastatic breast cancer. Mastectomy may be used to treat breast cancer that has recurred in the breast (local recurrence) following breast-conserving surgery and radiation.

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