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Will the stage of breast cancer go down after chemotherapy and/or mastectomies?

Cassandra Wolff Profile
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Étude du cancer du sein plus de 6 ans
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  • sharon s Profile
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    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    No evidence of disease is after surgery chemo and or radiation. NED days is basically the all clear. You had stage /-- before treatment and look Forward to NED days.
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  • Life is Good! Profile
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    Sobreviviente desde 2003
    It is my understanding that your treatment/surgeries don't reduce the stage of cancer. Staging is based on the size of tumor and if it has spread to lymph nodes or other areas of the body. There is a great video on the learn section of this site. I was stage 2 and 10 years later I still I have a "history" of stage 2 bc. Let us know what your doctor's answer is. Keep the questions coming! We are here for you!
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  • Brandi Mixon Profile
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    Sobreviviente desde 2012
    That's a good question and one I don't remember being addressed. I would think so, but would like to know from a health care professional the answer.
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  • André Roberts Profile
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    Stage 1 Paciente
    Life is good is right. It doesn't change. Prayers to you.
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  • Cassandra Wolff Profile
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    Aprendiendo sobre el cáncer de mama
    Thank you guys for feedback, it's something I've been curious about since our journey started but have not been able to find a clear answer. I will write this one down and ask the doctors this Friday and let you know what they say.
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    • Lou Cam Profile
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      Sobreviviente desde 2013

      Good question !

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