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Re: 10 year sign off

 

Hi Wilson_52

 

Thanks for posting.

 

As you are seeing your breast care nurse for a 10 year check-up it is likely she will give you advice on stopping your letrozole.  You won’t need to stop taking it gradually.  Some people worry about stopping their treatment, but there’s evidence that letrozole continues to reduce the risk of breast cancer coming back for many years after you stop taking it. Your breast care nurse may also discuss the importance of continuing to be breast aware and who to contact if you have any concerns in the future, this will usually be your GP.

 

Our mobile app BECCA provides day-to-day strategies, hints and tips to help you move forward. The easy-to-use cards give you bite-size information on everything from managing menopausal symptoms to strategies for coping with anxiety. Categories include food, exercise, mindfulness and beauty. You can also read blogs from people like you who are adjusting to life beyond breast cancer treatment.

 

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Best wishes

 

Louise

 

Breast Cancer Care Nurse

 

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10 year sign off

Hi

I'm seeing my BCN for my 10 yr check up next weekto get signed off.

Will she tell me to stop Letrozole or will I need to see GP?