Shared Decision-Making: Collaborating with Your Doctors About Your Cancer Care - Metastatic Breast Cancer Trial Talk

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When you have MBC, you have a lot of decisions to make about your care. Working as a partner with your doctors is called shared decision-making and allows you to take an active role in your care and choose treatments that are best for you, based on risks, benefits, and your goals.

Click the links below to learn about shared decision-making and hear from experts about how it can allow you to be more in control of your healthcare choices.

What is Shared Decision-Making and Why is it Important?
Shared Decision-Making and Clinical Trials
MBC Clinical Trials

Last Modified on September 27, 2023



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