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I was just diagnosed with breast cancer yesterday - the doc thinks it's stage 2 ... Do people die from this?? Why is everyone being so positive ?

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  • Sarah Adams Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2010
    People die from car crashes, cancer, or even a common cold (depending on their health). The reason people are so positive is because YOU are NOT going to die from this. You have to find the fight inside you & use the love & support around you to kick some cancer ass. Without a positive attitude, the ass kicking is not as easy. Cancer & chemo may take your hair, possibly your toenails, & likely your breasts...but it doesn't have to take your life. You've got cancer...it doesn't have you. It's scary, I realize. And you have every right to go through phases of sadness or anger or whatever else you feel. But in the end, it comes down to a battle. And cancer is a tricky little bugger, but this is a battle you will win! If ever you need support or just want to vent, know that people like me are here for you, too. Sending love your way!
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    • Rosalyn Da Costa Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Nicely said!! That's it right there!! Send positive thoughts!!

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    • Amanda Metivier Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Agree!!! I have stage 2 and have never felt like I was going to die.

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    • Aida Rivera Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Thank u all so much for your support it helped me alot!

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    • Elise Merchant Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I agree!

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    • Francine Williams Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Well said

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    • Ali S Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2011

      But please allow yourself to feel sad on your down days. Its important to feel the way you feel and not put up a positive facade when you're having a crappy day. When that happens, cry, talk it or with someone who will let you vent and give you...

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      But please allow yourself to feel sad on your down days. Its important to feel the way you feel and not put up a positive facade when you're having a crappy day. When that happens, cry, talk it or with someone who will let you vent and give you compassion (not pity). Having hope is also key.

      Best wishes

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    • Tyronzia C.majors Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 2A Patient

      This is such a touchy subject you know! The answer to your question is no i and currently ungoing chemo i have invasive ductal carcinoma and i am stage 2 A. I also was diagnosed tripple negative. I have had two surgeries a lumpectomy and also a...

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      This is such a touchy subject you know! The answer to your question is no i and currently ungoing chemo i have invasive ductal carcinoma and i am stage 2 A. I also was diagnosed tripple negative. I have had two surgeries a lumpectomy and also a port placed for my treatments. Cancer is a scary subject when your hearing doctors tell you this info but to get through this you must fight it and not let it fight or beat you. This is the test of all times and if you keep the faith and have the strong support system from firends and family and believe in yourself and the power of prayer you can do this. I was so scared and i am 32 with three kids so the fear for me was un imaginable but i have an aunt who went through this and she has been in my life through this all and giving me all the strong words of encouragment. Stay strong do all your research and do exactly what the doctors tell you and be aware. You will be just fine. You will have up and down days trust but the key is no stress and talk about things with those who want to listen. I agree with that! Your hope and faith is in Gods hands and your hands!

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    • anonymous Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2006

      Hi Tyronzia,

      You are a true warrior and the real definition of being a Sister of Hope:) While going through your own battle at such a young age, taking care of you children and your husband you still show compassion for others that are going...

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      Hi Tyronzia,

      You are a true warrior and the real definition of being a Sister of Hope:) While going through your own battle at such a young age, taking care of you children and your husband you still show compassion for others that are going through the same journey as yourself. I know without a shadow of doubt that you are a special angel that was chosen to hold the hand of those that have been and will be diagnosed with breast cancer. My prayers are with you as you continue through your journey. Stay encouraged and remeber that this to shall pass. You are truly LOVED:) and you have both of my hands to hold on too.

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    • lisa epstein Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      I hope this is true that we will not die from this!!!! Very scarey just the word alone.

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    • Teri-Ann Tompkins Profile
      anonymous
      Patient

      It is scary, but technology, good medicine, survival rate is on your side. Listen to your medical team, keep your appointments and know you will look back one day and it will be your story that will inspire someone somewhere. <3

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    • Hannah Hudson Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Is sooo true I'm 23 and I ended up with cancer I will have a apointment with the doctor I hope I don't dieeee

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    • anonymous Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2012

      Aida, I am being treated for Stage 2A breast cancer right now -- one more chemo treatment to go! My doctors have told me "we're going for a cure here", and I totally believe it WITHOUT QUESTION.
      Breast cancer is not automatically a death...

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      Aida, I am being treated for Stage 2A breast cancer right now -- one more chemo treatment to go! My doctors have told me "we're going for a cure here", and I totally believe it WITHOUT QUESTION.
      Breast cancer is not automatically a death sentence. I know when you're first diagnosed it's probably one of the worst things you've ever been told, and your mind bounces around a million different places. The first one is probably whether you're going to die -- I know that's where mine went!
      Information is everything when you're first diagnosed, but take it in at your own rate. Don't get it from the internet -- get it from your doctor, a second doctor, any professional you see and can rely on.
      I also recommend you have a personal "advocate," whether it's a relative, friend, or someone you trust. Your advocate can go with you to appointments, take notes, and stand up and speak for you when you don't feel like you can.
      Just do your best to take it step by step and not get ahead of yourself. Go forward with treatment, whatever it may be. The odds are significantly on your side. Best of luck.

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    • brenna cole Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      my gramma has 1 session of radiation to go, stage2!

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    • Kristy Strack Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Love that answer!!

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    • Paula Byrd Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since

      I could not have said it better my self! I was stage 2, and now it!s been almost 5 years and cancer free. B

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    • Tamara Davidson Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 4 Patient

      Words of wisdom is so pleasant to hear

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    • Marie Durham Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I just found out I have stage two breast cancer just started chemo this past week. I feel very blessed to have caught it just now and know I am in the best of care with a good group of doctors and family and friends to support me through this all....

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      I just found out I have stage two breast cancer just started chemo this past week. I feel very blessed to have caught it just now and know I am in the best of care with a good group of doctors and family and friends to support me through this all. I will fight this and win . who ever is reading this dont give up hope. I surely am not .

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    • Brianna Hass Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I am sorry. Just keep pushing on. If you have hope in God all will go well, i promise!!:)

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    • Beverly King Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2008

      Keep up your positive attitude and God Bless

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    • Debra Moore Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Trust me, I am in the middle of chemo and its kicking my butt! Its barbaric...just wondering if I should take the other breast if I survive the chemo.

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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Well said

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    • Lizzy Kenn Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Special thanks go to God almighty for using dr. okorom in curing my Cancer disease, I was having a Breast Cancer and doctor told me that I have two years to live, that news brought sadness into my life, I was depressed, don’t know what to do. One...

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      Special thanks go to God almighty for using dr. okorom in curing my Cancer disease, I was having a Breast Cancer and doctor told me that I have two years to live, that news brought sadness into my life, I was depressed, don’t know what to do. One faithful day I saw a testimony on how a spell caster cured a lady, who is called Rachael Mark, due to her testimony the man is a great man, quickly I copied his email, then I contacted him and he asked me not to bother myself that all my problems are over. I was happy to hear such words, he told me to buy some items, though I couldn’t find the items myself he asked me to send down the money to buy the items for me, faithfully I sent him the money he bought the items and prepared a cure for me. He told me that he is going to send the cure through courier delivery service, I paid to the courier delivery service, then, I got the cure, he instructed me on how I will take the cure. I took the cure and I was freed from the cancer, I went for scanning, the cancer was no longer there. I am very grateful for what he did for me. If you have any disease you can contact him via email on dr.okoromspellhome@live.com

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    • Beth Campbell Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Where is the best place in Pennsylvania to go to get treatment for Stage 2/grade 2 breast cancer?

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    • Michelle Missy Annie Sittre Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I was diagnosed with stage four.....don't google statistics...they are incorrect.....even we stage four are living full lives...I stay happy because positive vices breed positive outcomes....I was shocked, scared, and felt so alone when I was...

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      I was diagnosed with stage four.....don't google statistics...they are incorrect.....even we stage four are living full lives...I stay happy because positive vices breed positive outcomes....I was shocked, scared, and felt so alone when I was first diagnosed.....but talking with my doctors gave me knowledge...and knowledge is power...

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  • Eleanor Johnson Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I was told in 2003 that I had stage 3 Breast Cancer. Ten years later by the grace of God, i'm still here and doing great.
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    • emily april Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 2B Patient

      Just wanted to say you go girl! Keep fighting! Wishing you the best, for the next ten years, and the next, so on and so on.

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  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2007
    I asked the doctor who did my biopsy the same question. "Am I going to die from this?" She snorted and said an incredulous.... "FROM THIS? ARE YOU KIDDING?" From that moment on my entire outlook regarding my survival completely changed. I took every single step as one more appointment closer to getting back to my normal life. This was not going to kill me unless I was hit by a bus on the way to one of my appointments. I has invasive ductal with one positive node. I chose to have a mastectomy, no reconstruction 4 rounds of chemo and am coming to my final year of Femara as a hormone blocking drug. I not only survived but thrived. Ironically, there is something positive about having breast cancer and my other sister's out there can understand this. I know where you are right now you probably think the chemo must have cooked my brain. You WILL be ok, you WILL LIVE! You are a warrior, so you put on your armor and march right in for each of your appointments! Be strong, keep a journal, surround yourself with most positive people. We are all out here standing with you in spirit. YOU ARE NOT GOING TO DIE.... just don't jay-walk.... stay in the crosswalks!!!!
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    • Mrs. Collins Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      THANK YOU!! Very encouraging! :) especially for the"Newbies".

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    • heidi voss Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Thanks Sharon! I've been in relatively good spirits but this encouragement really helps!

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    • Sharon Danielson Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2007

      Heidi, my answer was from two years ago! I am still alive healthy and cancer free. There are so many advancements in breast cancer treatment. It is so common, usually unless it is some rare form of BC, it is so treatable and curable. I don't...

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      Heidi, my answer was from two years ago! I am still alive healthy and cancer free. There are so many advancements in breast cancer treatment. It is so common, usually unless it is some rare form of BC, it is so treatable and curable. I don't know what you cancer story is but if you had to have a type of cancer, breast cancer is a treatable type of cancer. Hang in there and take care, Sharon

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    • Paul Kimberley Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      That is such an inspiring comment Sharon. My wife has just been diagnosed a few days ago.

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    • Lori James Sherlock-Emanuel Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I just found out I have IDC about a month ago. I have been overwhelmed with every thought imaginable as well as everything else that comes along with this. My doctor told me not to search for blogs or anything but I cheated. When I did, this...

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      I just found out I have IDC about a month ago. I have been overwhelmed with every thought imaginable as well as everything else that comes along with this. My doctor told me not to search for blogs or anything but I cheated. When I did, this was the first one I came across. It has been the MOST inspirational thing I have read. I can't thank u enough for posting this. I wish I knew u so I could hug u tight! God bless u! U r an angel! I have copied this and I have it practically memorized! It is my new "Mission statement or Motto" whatever u want to call it. It gives me SO much courage and strength! Thank u Thank u Thank u!

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    • Gail Meacham Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Sharon I have just read your comment above and have cut and pasted it to keep for myself. I am having an op on Tuesday to remove all my lymph nodes under left arm. I found a small 2cm lump which they removed finding a few cNcer cells in my lymph...

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      Sharon I have just read your comment above and have cut and pasted it to keep for myself. I am having an op on Tuesday to remove all my lymph nodes under left arm. I found a small 2cm lump which they removed finding a few cNcer cells in my lymph nodes, they are now removing them and I will be going on chemo for 6-8 sessions. It is highly hormone responsive and mostly grade 1 with some grade 2 (uk so not the same as stage 2). I swing between being positive and being terrified I'm going to die. Your comment above has really helped me and I intend to look at it to keep my head on straight. X

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  • Brooke Lancaster Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    Negativity will get you no where. Believe me. It's mind over matter, you stay positive, positive things will come your way. I guarntee it. It's the only way I have made it thru this battle thus far. I don't think about death and just like the other ladies said, we can all die at any time by any particular reason, its the not thinking about death that remains for me. I have too much to live for and my life is worth it to me. Cancer is a side block for most, now a days there are survivors with worse cases than ours. I know a woman who was diagnosed at stage 4 and it has spread to her stomach and lungs, and she's still going on and living life.
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      anonymous
      Stage 2B Patient

      I tried to be positive and hopeful and it got me nowhere, absolutely nowhere, I believe being positive is toxic, but being REALISTIC and TRUTHFUL is the key.
      Cancer is serious, and for some it's easier than for others. But being positive is NOT...

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      I tried to be positive and hopeful and it got me nowhere, absolutely nowhere, I believe being positive is toxic, but being REALISTIC and TRUTHFUL is the key.
      Cancer is serious, and for some it's easier than for others. But being positive is NOT THE KEY it can be disastrous. So, stay realistic, get several opinions (I had 2 DRS go wrong on my diagnosis and prognosis) trust your gut and get several facts.

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      anonymous
      Stage 2A Patient

      Brooke how are you doing at this point? I am stage 2A

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      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I am stage one but just as scary, thru surgery and radiation and now what, tamoxifen, I dont know????

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  • Rosanna Wieder Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2B Patient
    I just found out two days ago I have stage 3 idc. I know what you are feeling. Don't give in to the fear. Stay strong and kick butt. That is what I am going to do. I have two amazing children to fight for! And I am quite fond of life myself. It has been a roller coaster ride of emotions for me and I know I am in for a long fight but I - we have to do it! I am so glad I found this site. It is helping me so much. I know it is not easy but stay strong and fight!
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      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Hi, I was readin ur comment please let me know if I can be of any help to u. I know during these times we need encouragement. Pleas IM me at norma_mares@yahoo.com. If u ever ever need to talk. Since chemo indoor sleep much anyways...lol

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    • Jerry Anderson Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since

      My Wife Stage IV breast cancer and MS has just been cured with the herbal medication gotten from dr. fadeyi in Africa, herbal is great a medication. To hell with the government and their insane policy, he have a medication that is hundred...

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      My Wife Stage IV breast cancer and MS has just been cured with the herbal medication gotten from dr. fadeyi in Africa, herbal is great a medication. To hell with the government and their insane policy, he have a medication that is hundred percent assured to cure cancer and you don't need to spend so much money on anymore on chemo, radiation or surgeries that wouldn’t work.
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  • Karen Schroeder Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    After my bilateral mastectomy in October I wax diagnosed with stage 2a. I was feeling very strong and in control until my first post surgical appointment. I just started crying and told the doctor I don't want to die. She was very comforting and told me I was not going to die. I know what the odds are, but I have great doctors up to date treatment and try every day to feel positive. Although I hate it when people say you have to stay positive. Because you have your days, the imp
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  • Paula Byrd Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since
    I could not have said it better myself, you have to fight Cancer head on and be ready to kick butt from the moment you here your diagnosis. If you do not have that kick butt mentality cancer will whip you. I had stage 2, and it's been almost 5 years and I'm cancer free my boxing gloves are packed away! But if the times comes I'll go another round and Cancer will not win. I'm here if you need me and I'll fight with you. Just remember that God says whatever you ask in my name I will do it. He will lead your fight.
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    • Karen S Profile
      anonymous
      Survivor since 2009

      Love the comment. It's so true!

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    • Tracy Nunley Profile
      anonymous
      Patient

      So inspiring!

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    • Ruth W Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      amen!

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  • Barbara  Franzen Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I had triple negative breast cancer in 2001 and it was cured. Just finished treatment for a new (same kind) of breast cancer in the other breast. For me, both these episodes were a wake-up call that life is not forever and I learned to truly appreciate the day. Not that there weren't moments (and sometimes still are) that I feel a little down, but mostly, when they told me the first time, I made up my mind that I would live every moment I had to the fullest. It is a wonderful way to live! Good luck to us all.
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  • Kristy Strack Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I was stage two, and it was in my lymph nodes. I had chemo, it came into another lymph node higher up, so then I had radiation. Yesterday, I went back to Vanderbilt and I got a clear Petscan!! It may not be fun, and is definitely scary, but people beat this! Just pray hard and believe!
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    • Tracy Nunley Profile
      anonymous
      Patient

      Kristy, I have one lymph node straggling behind and they are positive they will get it with chemo and radiation even with a negative scan they didn't remove your remaining lymph node did they?

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  • Catherine best Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I was diag w DCIS last week, I have dr appt tomorrow, most important ?s to ask?
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  • Karen Schroeder Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    Sorry I always do that. The important thing is to give yourself time, but then pick yourself up and you decide your life. It is now February and every day I feel stronger than ever. Everyone is being so positive because you are going to do fine. But you have to realize that for yourself, you don't have to be happy every moment but you do have to decide that you are stronger than this. And I agree with the other post. Breast cancer may not be the best thing to happen to me but I know now I am a strong woman and every day I get better I feel there is nothing I can't do, and I am finally able to love myself imperfect body and all.
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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I was diagnosed in February; stage 1, invasive ductal cell, HER2 neg, hormone positive. I had a lumpectomy and awaiting appointment with medical oncologist. I share your fear but have decided this cannot define me and that I will not be a victim or a statistic. When fear gets the best of you, you need to tell yourself you are in God's hands and there is no better place to be. It may seem strange, but you will have many blessings through this journey. God Bless ! Mary
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    • jeannie park Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Hi, I hope everything is going well for you... My mother was recently diagnosed with the same diagnosis as yourself.. What treatment will you be receiving ?

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  • Debbie Stanley Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2B Patient
    No you will not die. You have to keep the faith in the Good Lords healing through the doctors and stay positive. I was diagnosed in Sept 2012 with breast cancer in my left breast. I felt surprisingly calm and decided to stay positive .I decided almost immediately to do the dbl mastectomy with reconstruction. I have a great medical team working together and all in agreement so my decisions were made easier. I also have a very loving and supportive husband which is huge in this fight. My original biopsy showed a smaller mass and less aggressive ( stage 1)than what actually was taken out therefore making me a stage 2b. Lymph nodes and margins clear. Right breast was clear. I am taking tamoxifen only because my oncologist determined that my risk of reoccurrence within 10 yrs , through the Oncotype DX test, was very low, 6% with tamoxifen , therefore he wasn't recommending chemo . Risks of Chemo would have outweighed the benefits. This is an amazing new way to know what treatment you will benefit from most. I am cancer free as of Oct . 31st 2012. So, you can and will live with all the treatments and technology more available now than ever. Keep your head up and always say " this too shall pass" and I will live and not die. Your positive energy is key in healing. Good luck and God Bless.
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    • Jenny K Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Thank you for your thoughts.....I just discovered a lump and awaiting further test. Your thoughts and warm words are calming.

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    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Aida my mom got diagnosed with stage 3-4 breast cancer about 2 months ago and got a full mastectomy on her right breast. After that we were told that the cancer had spread. I was scared for her and started researching natural medication that would help trough the process. For a month she was taking a natural pill by the name of soursop I kept my faith because I won't say it was easy. Yesterday she got new results they found no cancer in her body but she will still continue with her chemo just to make sure it doesn't return :) keep your faith a lot of people here made it much easier to understand
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    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I dont have cancer but i do know friends that do and one key thing is to stay positive:)!
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  • Shoshanna Brock Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    I had the same thoughts...your just finding out. Read as much as you can. We all know how overwhelming it is. Take it slow to digest. I have stage 2 as well. I am going through the ups and down, just remember baby steps. We have you here Sister!
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  • lisa epstein Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    Hi I am 49 and over the last 4 months I had uterus cancer and breast cancer. My uterus cancer was caught very early, stage 1 grade A and I I needed was a hysterectomy. I than had my mammography which I neglected for 7 years and they found a nodular which was cancer. I had a lumpectomy and the tumor was so so tiny 2.1mm they usually don't see it less than 5mm. Once again all I needed was surgery and I will be having radiation. There was clear margins and my nodes were negative once again everyone tells me how lucky I am but still always depressed and having a hard time thinking positive. I always thought once you get cancer that it but what I have been reading and hearing its a new world. I wish I could put all this behind me after the radiation and not keep thinking it will go to my other organs!!!
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    • lisa epstein Profile
      anonymous
      Stage 1 Patient

      Lisa Mindy

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      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Lisa, sweetheart that is not a way to live. I know that u r probably scared. Get urself into a church and surround urself with ppl who love God and will have power to pray for u past ur fear. U know God did not give us the spirit of fear, but of a...

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      Lisa, sweetheart that is not a way to live. I know that u r probably scared. Get urself into a church and surround urself with ppl who love God and will have power to pray for u past ur fear. U know God did not give us the spirit of fear, but of a sound mind. Please seek a help group and try to pray and meditate on the Word. It brings such comfort to me. God bless u and I will pray for u.

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  • Cathy Wadkins Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Dear Adia,you being a stage 2 thank God you are not what I was. I was diagnosed as a stage 3 but the early part of 3 and mine was in my lymph nodes, your stage 2 isn't do I'm so glad you got it early. Everything is different when it gets in the lymph nodes. But I would get it checked out if you should take some chemo, my friend had her breast removed and she was early and they tested her breast to see if she needed to take chemo and sure enough she tested at a medium so they give her 3 treatments, and she's doing great
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  • Bobbie Hayes Anken Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I was diagnosed with Stage III intra ductal carsanoma with the Hers 2 in March of 2001. I am not going to tell you that cancer treatment is easy but many....many ...such as myself survive! It is so important that you have faith and determination to beat this terrible disease. You need good doctors,,,,you need GOD.....you need to EAT and keep up your strengh and you need to STOP worring about dying! Make up your mind that you are going to beat this! There are times that you are not going to feel well....that is normal. Keep living your life, do what the doctors tell you to do, eating is very important (yes with steroids & food you will gain weight...you can loose that after just as I did) as you need strength, exercise is very good for you. Family & friends to support you is a good thing! I know you are a survivor so be one! You will be in my thoughts and prayers~!
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  • Lesly Bolton Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I'm stage 3 and all the Dr's are positive with my chemo, surgery, and radiation I will be fine. I'm currently getting my 3rd treatment of chemo right now and doing great. The mass has already shrunk. The chemo has not been bad at all. You have to stay positive. A lot of getting through this is mental. Good luck with everything!
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  • Cathy Wadkins Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    No Adia, I had stage 3 and the technology we have today is remarkable. Just do everything they want you to do for peace of mind
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  • Noris Rosario Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    my wife has been suffering from thyroid cancer which was confirmed to be stage four, the doctor told me there was little she could do since she wasn’t responding to treatment but my brother in law came to our rescue by ordering this hemp oil from rick Simpson foundation which he said has been helping some patient fight against cancer of various types so we decided to give it a chance, so far my wife is improving perfectly very well and presently she can walk around the house all by herself. I felt its necessary i let others who are suffering from this acute disease that once you have a good hemp oil it can really give one a sound second chance of living. if you happen to be in need of this hemp oil you can contact the foundation who supplied my brother in law with this email: ricksimpsonhempfoundation@gmail.com
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  • Elise Merchant Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    It not going to help i were negetive is it? studies prove that a positive mind can lead to health boosts :-)
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  • Debbie Stanley Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2B Patient
    A cancer diagnosis does not automatically indicate a death sentence anymore, thanks to God and the ability hes given man to help in healing. I was diagnosed with lowgrade invasive ductal carcinoma of the left breast in Sept 2012 and had a double mastectomy on Oct 31st 2012. I opted for that step due to family history. After surgery i was told it was stage 2 b and that my decision for the double mastectomy was the very best decision. I amazingly had a peace throughout the whole initial diagnosis because my faith was stronger than I ever thought and the support I had was amazing. From the beginning I never feared dying from this disease. Faith in God, a great medical team & a very compassionate group of family and friends also kept me uplifted. You will beat this. You are & will be a survivor. I celebrate survivorship with you. God bless.
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  • diane jackson Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    It's very scarred at first I think we all feel the same when told but it really does get better i was told at 30 I had 2small children and was so scared for them stay strong u will be ok
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    • Jenny K Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      Hello Diane, I am at stage 1 now. Dx on sept 5. Going surgery soon next week I hope. Has a 9 yr old daughter.
      Thanks for your positive notes! Hope all is well in your end....Jenny

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    • Noris Rosario Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      My Wife Stage IV breast cancer and MS has just been cured with the cannabis oil gotten from ricksimpsonhempfoundation@gmail.com, cannabis oil is great medication. To hell with the government and their insane policy, we have a medication that is...

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      My Wife Stage IV breast cancer and MS has just been cured with the cannabis oil gotten from ricksimpsonhempfoundation@gmail.com, cannabis oil is great medication. To hell with the government and their insane policy, we have a medication that is hundred percent assured to cure cancer and you don’t need to spend so much money on anymore on chemo, radiation or surgeries that wouldn’t work. Where to purchase, contact Rick: ricksimpsonhempfoundation@gmail.com
      My family is now a brand new one, so stop your worries and go get your medication and set the family free of the deadly disease that hold no respect to family harmony. Make your health a better one by using cannabis oil in your everyday life

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  •   Noemi  Sorote Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I am cancer free since 2012 and I had stage 2 faith family and friends
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  • Sarah Kkendrick Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    My grandmother has Brest cancer. I'm not sure what stage it is but I know that it's in her bones now. She had both I her Brest remover just 5 days ago, she is doing good. She keeps thinking negitively and I always change her thoughts. She will not die and you surly will not die either. God has you.
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  • Patricia Stoop Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I'm a stage 3 -c maybe a 4 and my dr always said he was optimistic as anI have many friends stage 0 & 1 and they all went through the same fears - "can I die?" So respect the fear, embrace every moment in your life fully
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    • Patricia Stoop Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      And realize you are not alone in those scary dark moments! They will pass and be traded in for an unbelievable appreciation if you let them! All the best

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    • Jonathan Blaine Profile
      anonymous
      Learning About Breast Cancer

      I would like anyone reading this to help me thank Rick Simpson for saving my daughter's life with his cannabis oil which i purchased at ; Rickcannabisoil02@gmail.com. My daughter was diagnosed of breast cancer which almost took her life, i got...

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      I would like anyone reading this to help me thank Rick Simpson for saving my daughter's life with his cannabis oil which i purchased at ; Rickcannabisoil02@gmail.com. My daughter was diagnosed of breast cancer which almost took her life, i got confused and when a friend asked me to purchase the cannabis oil for cancer which i did, my daughter has been her self and i am so exicted of her recovery and with the help of this oil i promise to testify to the good work of Rick Simpson oil.

      contact rick at ;Rickcannabisoil02@gmail.com

      Mobile: (+44) 703 194 2647
      website: http://www.paramount-oil.tk

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