Hi Barbershopgirl, my name is Carm and I am an oncology/end of life nurse. Normally if your disease has metastasized to the bone then the options are chemo or radiation depending on the location. Rarely surgery for mets although surgery is an option if the cancer is a primary. It is not uncommon to see infiltrating BC metastasize to the breastbone and the easiest fix is usually chemo just because of the geography of vital organs in the surrounding location. However, if the area biopsied is not in a delicate area then radiation is also an option. Good luck to you, Carm.