About Me: Female, 70, erie, PA, member since May 2010
recent diagnosis late I early II stage invasive ductal carsinoma poorly differentiated,
estrogen receptor is negative for ER,progesterone receptor show weak nuclear sta
[More]ining for PR,based on 15% of the tumor cells,HER-2/neu IS 0 NEGATIVE FOR OVEREXPRESSION, MRI with contrast dye, ultrasounds on nodes, mammograms , show there is no additional cancer that is detectable with the testing thus far, Suregy is being scheduled for removal and sentinel node biopsy. At this point I am very concerned at the thought of chemo flaring up my ulcerative colitus, I meet with the oncolgist tuesday next week, what should I be asking her about this, ??? My colitus has been in remission for 2-1/2 years now and I am currently on asacol daily. I am 59 years old and i good health otherwise with an active lifestyle,5-4",170lbs
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