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I would like to connect with recently diagnosed people in North London!

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Re: I would like to connect with recently diagnosed people in North London!

So sorry you both find yourselves on here. Use the threads as much or as little as you need, there are usually surgery, chemo and rads (radiotherapy) threads monthly where you will find others at same part of the journey 😘😘 and it will turn a 😳journey into one filled with so much love and 😂🤣😂🤣you will be amazed also you might find others close by who could meet for coffee. There is also the someone like me line on bccf that you can use too. People will pop onto the threads and 👭👭with tips and advice along the way who have previously done the journey and you’ll never be alone. Just remember these threads are open to the world so you might want to use pm when arranging any meet ups. Sending 💕💕💕Shi xx

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Re: I would like to connect with recently diagnosed people in North London!

Dear Nicky, thank you so much for you reply, it made me feel so much better and less alone, I am happy I reached out! Similarly to you I am waiting for results of Endo Predict (which I believe is similar to Oncotype DX), I'll get my results on the 8th of April. I was diagnosed just before Christmas, but because the Xmas period followed everything took so much longer, and then I had to have a second operation of axiliary lymphnode clearance after my lumpectomy, luckily all the other lymphnodes were clear. I wish you all the best for Friday, do keep me posted, I would love to keep in touch. xxx Steffi

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Re: I would like to connect with recently diagnosed people in North London!

Hi steffi

i too am at the waiting stage and borderline chemo depending on the results of an oncotype dx test  I was diagnosed on the 18 th feb and had lumpectomy on the 26th. Since then it seems to be endless waiting even though I know things are going on to determine my treatment plan. (Should know for sure on Friday) it can feel like your isolated at times even though friends and family are giving support and I’ve found it really helpful talking to others on this site going through the same battle. Its such a shame you’ve waited so long and hopefully somebody on here will be in your area (I’m in Liverpool ) to maybe meet up and chat with you. Wishing you best wishes going forward and always here xxx

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I would like to connect with recently diagnosed people in North London!

Hi, I have been diagnosed with breastcancer a couple of months ago, I have support from friends, partner and family, but I do feel pretty isolated and terrified a lot of the time, and I feel my partner can't fully relate to what I am going through. I am at the stage where I am discussing further treartment, I am a borderline case for chemotherapy, and am having another 2 week wait until I will find out if that's what I'll have (everything has taken really long from diagnosis til now, which isn't helping my anxiety). I was wondering if anyone feels the same and if anyone knows of any groups in North London, I am in Crouch End, or if anyone in North London fancies meeting for a coffee or walk and chat… x Steffi