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Message Number: 235 - Saturday, September 7, 2019 21:55:34 PDT
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Name:  BellasMama
Where are you from::  Canada
Comments:

I survived BC in 2008; recent mammo has raised alarm it may be back... any chance it's a false alarm? I am so worried!

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Message Number: 234 - Wednesday, August 7, 2019 06:48:50 PDT
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Name:  BB
Where are you from::  Houston TX
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I had my bi-lateral mastectomy two weeks ago. I had one lymph node out of four removed and tested that showed cancer. Now my surgeon wants me to have ALL lymph nodes removed on the side that has cancer. I have an appointment with my radiation oncologist on Monday. Can anyone tell me how it feels after having all lymph nodes removed? Thank you!

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Message Number: 233 - Friday, December 14, 2018 06:07:39 PDT
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Name:  Carrie
Where are you from::  Boston Ma
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I am new to this board. I am having radiation treatment for breast cancer post lumpectomy and having significant difficulty with post radiation breast pain. I’m here hoping to get suggestions for discomfort. Thank you

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Message Number: 232 - Saturday, August 11, 2018 19:22:46 PDT
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Name:  Dannie
Where are you from::  Monroe WA
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Lookiny for info on dealing with radiation and pains after surgery

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Message Number: 231 - Friday, June 1, 2018 17:14:38 PDT
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Name:  Kaye Baldwin
Where are you from::  Oneonta, AL
Comments:

Just found out I will be having Chemo. Nervous about whole process

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Message Number: 230 - Saturday, May 12, 2018 08:32:31 PDT
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Name:  Lisbeth Schilling
Where are you from::  Louisville, ky
Comments:

i had a double mastectomy in October. I was very lucky and was able to safely avoid chemo, radiation, and tamoxifam. I returned to work after 2 1\2 weeks. I was given a lot of attention for being so tough, so uncomplaining, and a heroic figure. For months, I felt like the luckiest woman on Earth. Now I find myself in a difficult time. I cry easily and feel compassion out of proportion to situations. I feel guilty that I had it so easy and embarrassed that I am being such a whiner. I want myself back. Is this somewhat normal? Is it fair for me to attend a support group when I got off so easily?

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Message Number: 229 - Sunday, March 25, 2018 12:53:21 PDT
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Name:  Joan
Where are you from::  Tomah Wi.
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when I was being prepped for surgery large wires were placed in my breast, they had nuclear tips to pinpoint my tumor. I was very afraid so I dove into my past and started babbeling about things experienced. When I tried to explain later on that I wasn't delusional I am treated like I am mental-I am over it pretty much but it still bothers me sometime. please comment.

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Message Number: 228 - Friday, March 16, 2018 10:17:11 PDT
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Name:  Laura
Where are you from::  Marina Del Rey, CA
Comments:

i am looking for a good online forum for breast cancer on behalf of my sister. All the Ines I have checked out so far are cumbersome to use.

I have Ovarian Cancer and we have a tremendous support site called Ovacome. My sister is just starting treatment for Triple Negative Inflammatory Breast Vancer.

so I want to see how others have managed this dreadful disease.

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Message Number: 227 - Saturday, February 24, 2018 07:27:05 PDT
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Name:  Leslie Schanock
Where are you from::  Houston, Texas
Comments:

Hello everyone!

I no longer live in Green Bay, but I am still going. Was on this lifesaving site during the summer of 2001 and am still alive but have outlived my savings! I am going on 17 years in May 2018. (Knock on wood!)

Leslie

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Message Number: 226 - Tuesday, February 13, 2018 21:24:24 PDT
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Name:  Belimds
Where are you from::  Muscle shoals, Al
Comments:

I'm a newbie at this. I was recently diagnosed with stage 3 invasive lobular carcinoma. I'm terrified one minute and ready to fight like crazy the next. I hope joining this group can get me some better understanding, clarity I guess. Plus I'm anxious to talk to others going through the same things I am. Thank you.

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