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Margaret Lowry Profile
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Learning About Breast Cancer over 6 years
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  • André Roberts Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    Margaret did you have a question about breast cancer?
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  • Mary Chase Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    No, it doesn't mean you have less chance. There are many survivors on this ate who have been though what you're getting ready to go through and they are dong fine.I don't know what kinds of cancer ou have. Mine was invasive ductal and lobular so.i had bilateral mastectomies, chemo, no radiation.. No lymph nodes were in loved.
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  • Margaret Lowry Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Yes I'm sorry I'm new and trying to work the site out. I wondered if having to have chemo and radiotherapy like me means you have less chance of getting through this ? I had 2 lymph nodes out of 28 involved.
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    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Hi Margaret. Lots of women have the same situation & are living long happy lives. What kind of cancer, stage, grade, hormones? All that comes into play. I have IDC, triple positive. I had a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction, 6 rounds of...

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      Hi Margaret. Lots of women have the same situation & are living long happy lives. What kind of cancer, stage, grade, hormones? All that comes into play. I have IDC, triple positive. I had a bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction, 6 rounds of TCH, a weekly dose of Herceptin for a year - will be done in April. & I started tomoxifen 3 months ago. You are not alone. We are all here for you & you can do this! Prayers to you.

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