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Old 01-25-2009, 07:45 PM   #1
Alice
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Smile 3 years out

I just read Michelle's post at 5 years out and I am encouraged to think I will be there before long. When I was in treatment I never thought I would get through it let alone be 3 years out. I can now look forward to life after cancer. I still think of my life as though I still have cancer with me, but I now do not let it rule me. I know we all have the chance of it coming back but I do not dwell on the posibility as I once did. I hope all of you that are new to this will take heart in the fact that you too can get to this place even when it seems impossible.
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Old 01-26-2009, 05:16 PM   #2
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Good to know, Alice. I sometimes wonder if I will ever feel free from the B.C. monster on my back!
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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

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I think I just might hang around awhile....

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Old 01-29-2009, 05:17 AM   #3
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How do you ever get to that place? I am 2 years and 3 mos out and can't seem to move forward to that place. Every time I think I have, I get a new symptom that needs to be checked out. It's great that you have moved forward.
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Diag 10/2006-high grade invasive ductal carcinoma- mastectomy L breast
2.5 cm tumor ER/PR pos-Her2+++
4 rounds A/C, 4 rounds Taxol
Herceptin every 3 weeks until Jan. 2008
6/18/07 prophylatic mastectomy R breast
8/2007 started aromasin/stopped arimidex (side effects)
12/07 stopped aromasin due to side effects (now what?)
Finished herceptin 1/8/08
started tamoxifen for 2 years then will switch to femera
allergic to tamoxifen started femera 4/2008
June 20, 2008 portacath removed
Learnig to live life to the fullest!
Stopped Femera due to side effects
July 28, 2008 start trial for breast cancer vaccine
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Old 06-27-2010, 09:16 PM   #4
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3 years out

Does this means that the worlds IQ would rise in 200 years?

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