There are so many issues that run through my mind and sometimes I just want to sit at this computer typing nonstop until I get it all out. Ill be on a breast cancer site, read a current struggle of a women who's about to start chemo or who is about to have surgery, and I want to jump right to that topic so I can help them cope. I have to start somewhere though, and so I will start from the beginning.
5/2/2014 12:37:43 pm
I love this Blog, you really explained all of it to a T. I had Ductal carcinoma insitu a grade 2. Mass was 1.4 centimeters. In the 3wks. Before surgery it traveled to one node, so simple went to radical & mine wound up Stage 1-B. I am thankful. You described me as well.You are a Blessing to all of us. :))
6/4/2014 08:57:51 am
Aww thanks Martha!!! This blog is kind of a blessing for me. It helps to get it all out. All be it emotional to relive it all...its good for my soul. Its great to hear you caught it so early. I remind myself of this everyday and I wish women knew how important it was to do monthly exams. Thanks for reading my blog and for the comment!!!
6/13/2014 12:12:38 pm
Your diagnostic journey was more clear than any given by my oncologist. I wish I had been able to read it when I was in early stages of testing and treatment. Thanks for the clarity with which you shared.
6/30/2014 03:45:52 pm
Your welcome carol. I think sometimes docs assume we just know it all because they do this every single day. I'm
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