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  1. #1
    Top User
    Join Date
    Sep 2004


    Dear Users,

    In order to make these forums more enjoyable, when you ask something about breast cancer, please include the following in your post

    - Age
    - Age of diagnosis or time since diagnosis
    - menopausal or not at diagnosis
    - Specific type of cancer (adenocarcinoma, ductal carcinoma in situ, lobular carcinoma etc)
    - Markers such as estrogen and progesterone receptor status (ER/PR), her2neu status.
    - Stage at diagnosis
    - Treatments: surgery, chemotherapy (if possible with names), radiation, etc.
    - Please state your question clearly.

    This will help us make the questions a lot easier to answer !

    thanks !
    Leonardo F - Webmaster Cancer Forums
    Disclaimer: this information is for informational purposes only. It is not medical advice.

  2. #2
    Sorry. Reads this after I posted.
    Age 42.
    Not in menopause.
    Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.
    Hormone receptivity, staging and post mastectomy treatment still being considered.

  3. #3

    hi friend

    hi all. I newly joined here as a member.I read the above status reported by the moderator.I will follow instructions given.byee..kamal.... [url]www.outofstress.com[/url]

  4. #4

    RE:new user

    hi everyone:
    i was looking on the net on breast cancer and came across your site.i am going in for an ultrasound on wed 3rd may and will be having a biopsy in the afternoon.i am 42 menopausal and have a lump on my right breast that is being investigated further i am hoping all will be ok.i have a sister inlaw that had breast cancer ,which then moved on to 5 brain tumors and then she ended up with cancer of the spine.she passed away last week at the age of 40.on her insistance i had the mamogram done.thank god i went when i did...i have had the lump for 13 years but it has grown bigger and now they are worried about it...this is a wonderful site and i am sure i will be getting alot of feedback and i will also be here for anyone needing someont to talk to.thanks for listening jo-anne

  5. #5

    Re: RE:new user

    Thanks for letting us know, we shall keep it with that format.
    Woman are recovering from breast cancer with the right Breast Cancer Information here http://www.longer-living.com/breast_cancer/ , proper exercise and diet practices, learn how they are doing it exactly with the information contained here.


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