hi Linda, glad your treatment has worked,i had taxol with my primary in my 30's so maybe i could have it again.haven't heard of tamifen. will keep plodding on. thanks
Lol, He is handy, but you have to wait for the mood to strike him! Not good at honey do lists!
oh Bon, i'm sure she thinks you're wonderful. congrats on your new grandson.
ff where did you find such a useful husband?
Ramade, You must see those grandbabies! No other option! I wish I could knit! I can sew and crochet a little. Never learned knitting. My hubby does know how to use the sewing machine. He can sew on a patch and fix a seam. He used to do latch hook when he was a kid. He has helped me cut out quilt squares. He was a carpenter so his measuring skills come in handy. I think he could learn crocheting.
Have a good day.Let us know your next POA. FF
Thankyou so much for your replies which are so kind. As you say ff there are trials and i have said i am willing to be part of any one acvailable. It seems they are chemos so pretty harxh but we need to find a cure!
Also i have 2 grandchildren due in April and not meeting them is not an option also i can't see my husband finishing the things i'm knitting for them lol
hugs to you all
Ramade, Sorry tamoxifen didn't work. You and I have a lot of years in this and our choices are getting slimmer. I have never had tamoxifen. I was going to push to try it when E & E fails. If we aren't in bad shape I wonder if they can try other chemos on us that aren't normally given for BC. After all all drugs started as trial an error! Don't give up! Google treatments and fight for them! FF
Hi aall just wondered if anyone is in my group of estrogen receptive cancer when Tamoxifen has no effect. i have read it is to do with genetics. Trouble is i was hoping to get a few months on it but everything is failing. Not a panicker but am starting to get a little concerned.
love and hugs to all as ever