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Hello everyone I am Sabrina Morris am from Alabama.

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    How is weight gain associated with Femara?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 8 years 4 answers
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    • Connie Herrick Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2011

      I am having problems with belly fat, not necessarily weight gain.

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    • rebekah alkhalifa Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      rebekahalkhalifa@yahoo.com
      Hello...
      I wish you best Compliment of the season,with hope that you are physically and healthly alright,l do believe that this mail will reach in good condition. My name is Rebekah i saw your profile in www.beyondtheshock.com and admire it, i think we can make it...

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      rebekahalkhalifa@yahoo.com
      Hello...
      I wish you best Compliment of the season,with hope that you are physically and healthly alright,l do believe that this mail will reach in good condition. My name is Rebekah i saw your profile in www.beyondtheshock.com and admire it, i think we can make it together, please i would like you to contact me through my email address:( rebekahalkhalifa@yahoo.com ) i will tell you more about myself, also send you my photo,as soon as you contact me back, hopping for your lovely reply soonest,
      Rebekah....

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    How do I tell my kids?

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    Survivor since 1996
    over 8 years 7 answers
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    • Caroline Foster Caubet Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 1996

      When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, my daughters were between 16 and 6. What could they hear? Obviously the message could not be the same for each one of them. I spoke to each one individually, without pronouncing the word "cancer". Their questions did come with time and I answered...

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      When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, my daughters were between 16 and 6. What could they hear? Obviously the message could not be the same for each one of them. I spoke to each one individually, without pronouncing the word "cancer". Their questions did come with time and I answered with simple words. What I wanted them to understand was that I was very sick, that I was fighting hard and that there was a pretty good chance that I would win the battle. I tried to give a message of hope. 15 years later, we talk about it and they say they appreciated understanding progressively.

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    • Elise Merchant Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Well ive just turned 12 and my mum was diagnosed on January 05 2011 and i was 11 at the time and she came in and said to me- a soon as she got back from the hospital- Ellie theyve found a lump and so we hugged and then i asked is it cancer and she said it was. i was greatful that she told me...

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      Well ive just turned 12 and my mum was diagnosed on January 05 2011 and i was 11 at the time and she came in and said to me- a soon as she got back from the hospital- Ellie theyve found a lump and so we hugged and then i asked is it cancer and she said it was. i was greatful that she told me straight out that it was and that she was going to be fine :)

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    What's the survival rate with bone metastatic?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 8 years 1 answer
    • Catherine Nodurft Profile
      anonymous
      Family Member or Loved One

      Bone metastatic is also known as Stage IV breast cancer, because this is the stage of breast cancer in which the cancer spreads the bones. The 5-year survival rate is 16%. Be sure to look at the "Learn" section, there are some great videos that include a chapter on staging. Also, here's a link...

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      Bone metastatic is also known as Stage IV breast cancer, because this is the stage of breast cancer in which the cancer spreads the bones. The 5-year survival rate is 16%. Be sure to look at the "Learn" section, there are some great videos that include a chapter on staging. Also, here's a link to the 5-year survival rates for different stages: http://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/About-Breast-Cancer/Stages.aspx

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    I also had a bone scan of my hips and the raduim what ever they put into my vein also showed bright white and glowing on my hip where I have been having pain...does that mean the cancer has spread to my bones?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 6 years 5 answers
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    • Tamara Davidson Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 4 Patient

      No matter what keep ur faith,,, with faith it's all possible. I remember ur feeling,the day after my bone scan I met a waiter at chilies that told me he was in remission for stage4 bone cancer so anyway don't fret take whatever cards u givin and fight and make ur case to god ,,, gob less ya:)

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    • Evelyn Heilbrunn Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2012

      Hi Chris, great news from your doctor. Thank God. Hang in -- like I said, don't get ahead of yourself. Think positive -- so far, so good!

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