Tag Archives: breast cancer

Scar Tissue

This is so accurate it hurts. Friday went well enough; I had the mammogram, then I had the ultrasound. It seems that I have some scar tissue in the right Troublemaker, which was picked up by the mammogram and not … Continue reading

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Keeping Abreast of the Situation

You have no idea. I don’t even remember what I was going to post today; I think I was going to figure it out later. It doesn’t matter. I got The Call today, the one about my mammogram. The radiologist … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 45

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse! It’s another edition of your Weekly Reader! As always, if you have something you’d like to share, drop a link in the comments! The more articles, the better! … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 30

It’s time once again for news and views that you can peruse! It’s another edition of Weekly Reader! Got something you’d want to post? A story you found that’s interesting? A blog post you want to share with the world? … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 22

Welcome to yet another Weekly Reader, where I share timely news and views that you can peruse. This week’s issue will feature both recent news and October centered articles. As always, if you have something you’d like to share, drop … Continue reading

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Here is Some Good News

Good News for Women With Breast Cancer: Many Don’t Need Chemo. From the article: The study found that gene tests on tumor samples were able to identify women who could safely skip chemotherapy and take only a drug that blocks … Continue reading

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Testy

Sometimes, I wonder just how long I’ll be able to hold my tongue. Prime and I spent some time with the mother-in-law; it was decent enough until the subject of cancer was raised. According to my mother-in-law, there will never … Continue reading

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