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Good news (but I wouldn't have said so a month ago!)

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Re: Good news (but I wouldn't have said so a month ago!)

This sounds like very good news, wishing you well with your follow up treatment.
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Re: Good news (but I wouldn't have said so a month ago!)

So glad you're pleased Mac - it's wonderful how our reactions change in these circumstances.

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Good news (but I wouldn't have said so a month ago!)

3 LONG weeks after I was told the surgeon had not got a clear margin during the WLE, and having CT and bone scan, I have been told today that there is no sign that the cancer has spread anywhere else! Such a relief.

So I will be starting chemo within the next two weeks, followed by (probably) a double mastectomy (which in my mind is better than only losing one boob!?) And because I am having the chemo first, I should be able to have an immediate reconstruction.

If you'd told me at the start of all of this that I'd be celebrating chemo + mastectomy I'd have laughed! 

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