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Date Joined Mar 2015
Total Posts : 1
   Posted 3/26/2015 11:42 AM (GMT -6)   
Theresa , 60 yrs young. Kalkaska Mi. dx in Aug. 2008. Lumpectomy in left breast and two lymph-nodes positive . Had surgery, Chemo, radiation and currently on arimidex and prolia.

My best friend is my husband and he was by my side through the whole thing.I have two daughter and 8 grandchildren and one great grandchild

I have a younger sister who had stage 1 breast cancer. I also lost my dad to colon cancer and an aunt to breast cancer

I am young and enjoying life

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Date Joined Jul 2011
Total Posts : 115
   Posted 3/26/2015 4:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Su 62 and ANDY husband ,COLORADO, Recent diagnosis, IDC,GRADE 2,2 Biopsies, carinoma in both breasts ,waiting for plan.
57 PSA 5.2 2/12/11 COLO
3+4=7 gleason
larp,bone & ct neg,seminal ,neg
12 Samples 3 pos,1 suspect high grade
57 Gm PT2C ,TUMOR 5%OF each half
Larp 5/31/11
PSA 5.2 2/12/11
Eguinel Hernia surgery 6/25/11
8 wk PSA .01
16 wk PSA .00
24 WK PSA .01,2/09/12
12 Mo PSA .01
16 mo ED
21 mo>.01 ed

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Date Joined May 2017
Total Posts : 4
   Posted 5/12/2017 1:26 AM (GMT -6)   
barb, 63, Arizona
mamo, ultrasound, mri and biopsy negative for cancer. I insisted on prophylactic mastectomy in July 2017. Cancer found in right breast. NOTE: Don't let doctors bully you. Follow your gut feelings.
ALSO: Not doing reconstructive surgery. The risk of infection and clotting is high for any cancer sufferer - also makes finding future cancer harder. Not worth the pain and too many times the results are painful and not too pretty.
Also - power port problem. Got blood infection and blood clot from port for chemo. Found out that 62 percent of women who have a port get a clot. Would have loved to have known that in the first place. Ports are not a good thing. Avoid them if you can.

Diagnosis: Invasive Lobular Cancer; stage 2a, 0 nodes, er+, pr+, grade 2, mitosis rate "low", Chemo 4 rounds of T&C, currently on exemestane for 10 years. Bone scan showed no signs of cancer.
We shall see how it goes. Depends if I still have insurance.

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Date Joined Aug 2017
Total Posts : 1
   Posted 8/14/2017 7:02 PM (GMT -6)   
Britt 42yo KS
Stage 2
Chemo done
Surgery next
Flipped out when told by 2nd consult (after chemo) no lumpectomy but a full mastectomy was necessary
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