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I feel like the lump has shrunk and I don't feel the heaviness in my breast anymore...is that possible after 2 chemo treatments?

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  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anónimo
    Sobreviviente desde 2007
    I think it is truly possible and also what your oncologist was hoping for. YAHOO!!!! Take care, Sharon
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    • Evelyn Heilbrunn Profile
      anónimo
      Sobreviviente desde 2012

      Definitely!!! What great news!!!

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    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    Yes it's possible and a very good sign. My bra got slightly looser after 2 treatments. I mentioned it to my onocologist and he sent me for a mammogram and ultrasound which confirmed the mass was slightly smaller. Keep going!!!jayme
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    • anónimo Profile
      anónimo
      Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama

      Another wierd happening...I now have beautiful strong finger nails...and long...never in my life have I had long fingernails....I've painted them PINK.... :)

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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Cool

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  • Ali S Profile
    anónimo
    Sobreviviente desde 2011
    Yes!!! Way to go! And best wishes on surgery, lara
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    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    Yes best wishes on ur upcoming surgery. Its great news to hear it shrunk so much.
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  • lora rhodes Profile
    anónimo
    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    I was DX triple neg in March of this year the tumor was 5cm after just 2 chemo it was smaller than a pea:) yes it can happen... Bilateral mascetomy with reconstruction on 7/9 ... Best of luck!
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