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Secondary breast cancer

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Secondary breast cancer is breast cancer that has spread to another part of the body. It may have spread when it is diagnosed, or have come back (recurred) after earlier treatment for primary breast cancer. This section has information on symptoms you may have, and how secondary breast cancer is diagnosed and treated. 

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Updated: 11 August 2014