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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Quiz

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

1. Which is NOT a standard treatment for breast cancer?:




2. Which of the following is a local treatment for breast cancer?:




3. If a woman has a lumpectomy, the surgeon:



4. A sentinel node biopsy is done by first:




5. If detected early, breast cancer has over a 5-year survival rate of ___________?




6. Males cannot develop breast cancer.


For more information about breast cancer treatment and research see Standard Treatments at the NIH.

Note: This quiz was developed by OMHRC.

Source: NIH Senior Health http://nihseniorhealth.gov/breastcancer/standardtreatments/quiz/question_1.html.



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