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The unknowns that women face when having breast cancer affect many aspects of their lives. There are primary issues about self-image, fear of recurrence and the need for continued treatment, as well as issues related to daily activities, career and relationships.
A big part of the fear of breast cancer diagnosis is all the uncertainty and the feeling that you've lost control of your life. It's hard to imagine how anything good could happen on this particular life journey.
It turns out that this isn't necessarily so. While no one wants to be diagnosed with breast cancer, many people in treatment or those who have finished with treatment say that the experience made them stronger and helped them to become closer to their families and friends and learn more about themselves.
Being diagnosed is never easy, but once you start the process of getting the best available doctors, the best information and the best support you can from those who love you, you are in good hands.
10 ways to manage fear after diagnosis