Over 50,000 women will be diagnosed with DCIS this year.

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Expanding Knowledge & Options

Understanding Risk

Although risk information is often complex, understanding risk can help you make treatment decisions that feel right for you.

Risk and DCIS Decisions

Women diagnosed with DCIS will often hear about many risks associated with it. It is important to take the time to learn about different treatment options.

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making decisions

Researchers are actively working to determine whether DCIS can be managed safely without surgery.

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Clinical Trials Provide Access

Clinical trials allow access to new investigational treatments and accelerate improvements in medical discoveries for the future.

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Clinical Trials Can Be Rewarding

Patients who participate in clinical trials often report that it is a positive experience.

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Clinical Trials Follow Strict Guidelines

Clinical trials are designed to ensure that participants' rights and welfare are safeguarded, and that the risks to participation are minimized.

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I learned that I have DCIS options.

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It is important to remember that a DCIS diagnosis is not an emergency.

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Making decisions about DCIS can be challenging — you are not alone.