Hello, I read your message that you posted last year in 2008 regarding radiation and tamoxifen. I was just diagnosed with the same thing; very small microcalcifications. I am 48 and not in menopause. I feel very strongly against radiation unless the DCIS is invasive and I"m also totally against messing with my endocrine system by taking tamoxifen. I am wondering how you are doing now? Did the micro calcs or something else come back? did you not participate in radiation/tamoxifen treatment? Thank you, Allison Main, Scottsdale, AZ
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