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Breast Cancer: Stage 1 & 2 Community

This patient support community is for discussions relating to breast cancer, biopsy, genetics, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, lumps, lumpectomy, lymph node dissection, lymphedema, mammograms, mastectomy, radiation therapy, reconstruction, self exams, and stage 1 and 2 treatments.
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Yesterday I went to have an MRI done on my breasts, the technician was unable to perform the test because my breasts were too large. My b...
I’m 33 and had noticed lumpy breast since my late 20s. I did a self exam and noticed a quarter size non painful raised flat mass/ lump in...
Allergan textured breast implants are being recalled worldwide after being tied to a rare cancer. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/24/h...
She was diagnosed with right sided Metastatic carcinoma on 5/5/2016. She opted to have a double mastectomy which was done on 9/13/2016. H...
Stage 2 Luminal A Breast cancer at Oct 2016. Lump left side 15 mm removed. ER 90% positive + 50/90% PR positive. Her2 negative. Low KI67 ...
I need help with my decision above about invasion lobular breast cancer and my lymph nodes where to do mastectomy when they haven't told ...
I was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer. Tumor size was 1.5 X 1.4 X 1.4 CM. Rather than having Lumpectomy surgery I decided to have a ...
I was recently diagnosed with IDC 9mmx6mm with clear margins (so far from Core Biopsy) in my Right breast. I had a MRI and mammogram thr...
I had a CT scan and Bone scan done on the same day. The CT scan came back with a ill-defined sclerotic lesion present in the posterior ri...
I had WLE & radiotherapy (40Gy in 15#) last year for a 5 mm grade 1 IDC -margins clear, 0/1 lymph node, ER8, HER2 -. I have asymmetry, ri...
Hello, my aunt who is 35 years old has had a tumor removed from her left breast. Sadly it has spread and she has been given a chemotherap...
My Dx. Was DCIS, grade 3, negative HR.,After having a bilateral mastectomy 8 months ago, I keep having hot flashes and night sweats. My c...
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