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Mums has been diagnosed with grade 3 nst. With 6 months of chemo then removal/mammogram after. Parents say everything will be ok but are they protecting me. Is it usual to do chemo first and isn't grade 3 more advance?

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Learning About Breast Cancer almost 7 years
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    anonymous
    Survivor since 2012
    It depends on each individual , but chemo can be first.
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  • Rita Jo Hayes Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2009
    My strong chemo was first. Then double mass, then follow up with herceptin and hormone therapy. Each person's situation is an individual journey. A good strong support system and positive attitude is very helpful. Good luck to you n your mums.
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  • Selena Adamkiewicz Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 3C Patient
    I am stage 3 grade 2 and I am doing chemo first.
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  • julie s Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    I'm grade 3 and having chemo first...
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  • julie s Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    Also, grade 3 is how abnormal the cells are... Stage determines how advanced it is...
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  • amy jones Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Thanks everyone. Think it's going to be a tough time for our family but we will get trough it. Mum only found the lump as she checked herself the day after my nan was diagnosed with bc. The only time cancer diagnosis can be a blessing coz I know my mum would never have checked herself otherwise.
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