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Your Biopsy: What to Expect

Having a Biopsy - What to Expect

If your doctor has recommended you undergo a biopsy, you may have all kinds of questions about the procedure. While it’s natural to feel worried about an upcoming biopsy, it’s helpful to know that biopsies are generally simple procedures, and most are entirely painless. This article details the most common …

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Misty’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Diagnosed on February 15, 2017 with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, High grade DCIS. Stage 1 Grade 2. ER+ PR+ HER2- No lymph node involvement, Oncotype X score 34. BRCA – Negative. On my 43rd birthday, I rolled over in bed, and it hurt. Not thinking it could be anything, I did …

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Teresa’s Story (Breast Cancer)

I am currently being treated for breast cancer. In my early 20’s (1986) I began having several issues, for which I was diagnosed 6 years later. I had a pituitary tumor, causes terrible headaches, hormonal imbalance, etc. After surgeries, including gamma knife radiation, the tumor remains. Due to the hormonal …

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Cindy’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Cindy Breast Cancer

May 26th, 2015, I received my routine mammogram results with the diagnosis of DCIS. After the biopsy, I was told that if I had to have breast cancer, that’s the one to have. Due to my extensive family history of breast cancer; my mom died of age 36, my sister …

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Brandy’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Brandy Breast Cancer

I was watching my favorite show, Wentworth, for the 6th time, and one of the characters found a lump, which turned out to be cancer. I never check myself, but I finally did. Well, I found a lump in September. I didn’t do anything about it because it scared me. …

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