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Hello everyone I am Sabrina Morris am from Alabama.

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  • susan Richmond Profile

    Any of you ladies been diagnosed with stage 4 I DC ?

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 5 years 4 answers
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    • Paula McLaughlin Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2003

      Susan--I had two different primary tumors in the same breast (with 8years in between). Both tumors were small and Stage I IDC. Last year, a CT scan showed that the cancer had spread to my AP

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    • Paula McLaughlin Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2003

      I hope it's understandable! I'm a newbie with the i-pad.

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  • susan trego Profile

    hi I found a white small hard lump on my breast underneath. it has been there for 3 weeks now, im scared to see my doctor, what could the lump be. thanks

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 4 years 8 answers
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      It can be a lot of things. Please get it checked peace of mind is a wonderful thing. Let us know how it goes.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      You won't know what the lump could be unless you make an appointment and see your doctor. It could be one of many things. Please make an appointment.

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    i have 2 smal lumps n breast realky scared

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    over 3 years 3 answers
    • Sharon Danielson Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2007

      Lumps are common but if they are new,get them checked. There is no way to tell what they are without getting them checked by your doctor.

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    • Betti A Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2013

      You need to make an appointment with your doctor and get them checked. Some testing may need to be done to determine what they are.

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    What is the percentage of reoccurrence with invasive ductal carcinoma, no spread to nodes?

    Asked by anonymous

    Learning About Breast Cancer
    about 7 years 2 answers
    • Susan Green Profile
      anonymous
      Patient

      I would like to know the answer the that question also. I hope you had good luck. I'm waiting to see what will happen next. I had a mastectomy with three lymph nodes removed. The tumor was 5 cm and nodes were negative. It's been four weeks and still waiting! Good luck to you!

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    • carol small Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I am recently undergoing diagnosis and soon treatment for a recurrence after 18 years. There is not much literature out there because we are about 2% of the BC population. In 1994 I had 4mm invasive DCIS with no nodes. I only had surgery, no radiation, no chemo. However I now have a 3 inch x...

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      I am recently undergoing diagnosis and soon treatment for a recurrence after 18 years. There is not much literature out there because we are about 2% of the BC population. In 1994 I had 4mm invasive DCIS with no nodes. I only had surgery, no radiation, no chemo. However I now have a 3 inch x 1 1/2 inch tumor under my left arm that presents as breast cancer, but there is no breast tissue there due to masectomy. Unfortunately it has spread to a 1 cm tumor on my liver and a 1cm tumor on my spine. I think the first line of treatment will be radiation, and I am going to seek proton radiation therapy out of state because of the close proximity to my heart. Then I will be treated as chronic disease for chemo. I did not find it myself on self exam, it was hidden deep in my armpit. My regular exam doc found it.

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