Re: Midwest Alice checking in
I'd had brain tumor surgeries before my BC diagnosis. The neurosurgeon had told me back then that "people who have one type of cancer are more likely (than others) to have another type of cancer." After 2nd Brother was diagnosed/treated for colon cancer, I found a cluster called HNPCC that seems to explain our family cancer history (Mother has had Non-Hodekins Lymphoma.)
One time when I was feeling discomfort in my right lower abdomin area and the doctor sent me to ultrasound after CT-scan - I was so very sure that I'd had liver mets. It turned out to be harmless 'hepatic hemangioma'. So hang in there - don't scare yourself too much.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
NICU 4.4 LB
Erythema Nodosum 85
Life-long Central Neurocytoma 4x5x6.5 cm 23 hrs 62090 semi-coma 10 d PT OT ST 30 d
3 Infertility tmts 99 > 3 u. fibroids > Pills
CN 3 GKRS 52301
IDC 1.2 cm Her2 +++ ER 5% R. Lmptmy SLNB+1 71703 6 FEC 33 R Tamoxifen
Recc IIB 2.5 cm Bi-L Mast 61407 2/9 nds PET
6 TCH Cellulitis - Lymphedema - compression sleeve & glove
H w x 4 MUGA 51 D, J 49 M
Tamoxifen B. scan
Irrtbl bowel 1'09
GI - > yogurt
Exemestane 25 mg tab 102912
1-2016 lesions in liver largest 9mm & 1.3 cm onco. says not cancer.
3-11 Appendectomy - visually O.K., a lot of puss. Final path result - not cancer.
Start Vitamin D3 and Calcium supplement （600mg x2)
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