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Old 06-17-2010, 06:55 PM   #4
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Re: Any lung mets survivors??


It must be terrifying receiving a diagnosis of lung mets coupled with your doc's uplifting prognosis! Gotta remind myself they lump us into statistics, however you do not have to settle for being a statistic! Seriously, a positive attitude takes you a long way in this fight. Look at some of the folks here who have battled for years and plan to fight on until they lick it or master it through that one great drug.

Stay here with us. Be proactive. Research. Modify your lifestyle and diet. Supplement and above all .....DO NOT GIVE UP!

Glad to have you among us, Delaney. I am truly sorry it is under these circumstances, but regardless we are happy you have found us! Welcome.

Smile On!

Dx'd w/multifocal DCIS/IDS 3/08
7mm invasive component
Partial mast. 5/08
Stage 1b, ER 80%, PR 90%, HER-2 6.9 on FISH
0/5 nodes
4 AC, 4 TH finished 9/08
Herceptin every 3 weeks. Finished 7/09
Tamoxifen 10/08. Switched to Femara 8/09
Bilat SPM w/reconstruction 10/08
Clinical Trial w/Clondronate 12/08
Stopped Clondronate--too hard on my gizzard!
Switched back to Tamoxifen due to tendon pain from Femara

11 Years NED
I think I just might hang around awhile....

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