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I'm Gayle, and I'm a survivor of Stage 2 Breast Cancer
Diagnosed at 45 with Stage 2 TNBC. Genetic testing(not BRCA), 8 rounds of chemo over 5 months (AC/T), lumpectomy, 32 radiation. Yes your hair will fall out. It was a very long year. In Jun...
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  • Mon Apr 1, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm Tommy W P.
Does anyone take Hydroxyurea? Of course one of the side effects is fatigue and I was wondering if anyone has found something to combat that side effect.
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  • Mon Apr 1, 2019 ·
Hi, I'm Wendy D H.
Thank you Charlie. Good advice and I am living like a survivor! Though the surgeon and oncologist said no yoga. I have been doing modified yoga through all 4 treatments. Now I’m on an elliptical ma...
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  • Sun Mar 31, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm Jodie Y.
Hi all, chemo brain can be very bad at times. And sometimes not go away. My husband was diagnosed with 3 brain tumors, none operable, 10yrs ago. They gave him less than 12 months to live. He just p...
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  • Sun Mar 31, 2019 · Like1
Hi, I'm Carolyn J H.
I switched from Anastrozole to Tamoxefin(see post #9) and I am definitely post menopause!
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  • Sat Mar 30, 2019 · Like1
I'm JESSICA M., and I'm a survivor of Chronic Myeloid Leukemia
I have not taken that medication, but I have been super successful managing my CML with Sprycel for the past year. I have not lost any hair at all - I actually have less fall out because I am healt...
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  • Sat Mar 30, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm Georgiamom
Thanks!
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  • Sat Mar 30, 2019 ·
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Hi, I'm JP
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Dena, Just joined this group and saw your post. I was diagnosed with stage 3 colorectal in 2009 at age 43. If you haven't found it already, there is a wonderful facebook page for people dealing...
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  • Wed Mar 27, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm DIANE M.
I was doing chemo most of the fall and most of the side effects were for me from the steroids. Then had a stem cell transplant in early January. I was leery of having that but saw data that showed ...
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  • Mon Mar 25, 2019 · Like2
Hi, I'm Betti
Have you talked with your doctor(s) about it?
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  • Sun Mar 24, 2019 ·

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