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Breast Cancer: Stage 3 & 4 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 3 and 4 treatments.
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Allergan textured breast implants are being recalled worldwide after being tied to a rare cancer. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/24/h...
My 26 year old sister was recently diagnosed with breast cancer. During her second chemotherapy treatment last week, the doctor came in t...
My daughter died of breast cancer a month ago. She went through 6 months of chemo and 6 weeks of radiation. Three weeks later it was dis...
After, having lump by my armpit breast area for years and doctors saying it was hormonal from my cycle others said it was from caffeine!S...
My mom was diagnosed with brain mets back in December. The pattern of her breast cancer went from her breast to bones and then to the bra...
I've seen a lot in the news about new treatments for Metastatic Breast Cancer. Does anyone have any info on those? I have a family member...
Hiw can i tell if it is pleural effussion apart from chest x ray Any blood work that would help breast cancer in 2010 treated now compl...
To give you a background,patient is a female 60yrs age. She felt a lump in her left breast in Aug 2014, which the doctors confirmed after...
I posted on here several times over the past few years. Had stage II estrogen-receptor positive IDC. I was almost a 4 year survivor. On m...
My best friend/love of my life who is a man has stage 3 breast cancer. On Monday he had radiation therapy and he was in a lot of pain and...
Hello. I was officially diagnosed with BC October 2008 (Stage III) and am HER2neu+ and ER/PR+. I have decided against traditional chemo...
I received a diagnosis of stage 3 cancer in 2001 had mastectomy followed by a tram flap which had to be revised 3 times. got radiation a...
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