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after fighting breast cancer two times

my sister is 37 and has two times breast cancer  grade 4 and everytime had only lumpectomy.. with chemo , radio therapy and now after 3 years of this hard battle .. she got a very very hard pain in her  pelvis everytime she got her monthly period! and she even cannot pass stool ( like nothing come out although she want to ) is this something to worry about? I need the anawer and thank u so much ..

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Two-time Breast Cancer survivor Figueroa kept fighting ...


Oct 05, 2015 · Two-time Breast Cancer survivor and life-long Bronx resident Elizabeth Figueroa has shown determination, strength and a positive attitude amidst her two ...
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Living as a Man, Fighting Breast Cancer ... - The New York Times


Oct 16, 2016 · Eli Oberman found out he had breast cancer at age 27, eight years after becoming a transgender man. Credit Michael Kirby Smith for The New York Times
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Two-Time Breast Cancer Survivor Helps Lead Fight To End Cancer Categories: Features. by Karen ... The Raleigh resident, a two-time breast cancer survivor, ...
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breast cancer - The New York Times


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After Cancer, Ambushed by Depression - The New York Times


Sep 28, 2009 · I had two life-threatening medical experiences that ... I am just now well from breast cancer, after a year of difficult ... (in 2007) And those times, ...
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Denied Cancer Medical Coverage

I think that is outrageous.  I don't think they can deny you coverage if you do, god forbid diagnose you with BC.  You might never get BC, but if you do, they have no way of denying you coverage for that.  It wouldn't be a pre-existing condition.  I can't believe that they don't have to cover it by law.  What kind of insurance is that?       And what does having alot of cysts have to do with it?  I will be anxious to see what comes of this.  I also don't have the best insurance plan and I worry, since my husband is a non-tenured teacher and I fear my coverage might stop (can't afford COBRA) in the middle of treatment if, god forbid, my diagnosis comes back bad and he isn't rehired by his school next year  I hope someone fixes this ^%&*^(^ health insurance crisis for people.  We should never have to worry about being taken care of in this country.  Good luck.  But, you are healthy now, and don't have a reason to worry.  Just keep up your mammos.  You are entitled to those.  
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Men and the big C

You are very right!  However the biggest problem with male breast cancer and I don't mean to sound disrespectful, is that men in general tend to brush off the little changes. Men do need to be more vigilent in their own health.  I hope you attend the breast cancer functions in your city, such as the walk for the cure and continue to let men know that they too can be victims of this disease!
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EVERYONE PLZ READ THIS VERY IMPORTANT INFO

It's not new, but because it is somewhat uncommon compared to other breast cancers, and harder to spot, it has not gotten the exposure that other breast cancer has. That is now changing, and IBC patients have a lot more info out there than they did. Here is a link to an IBC research site. Lots of good info there. I found out something new by going there. The median age of discovery of IBC is about 10 years younger than the other BCs (age 52 vs age 62). Since it has different symptoms and can be hard to spot, that statistic can't mean that they are just FINDING it sooner than other cancer, but that it apparently tends to develop at a younger age. That's too bad, since increasing breast density is one of they symptoms, and that won't be picked up unless there have been previous mammograms that show less density. And because premenopausal women with dense breasts (fibrocystic changes) are quite common, the one woman with increasing density might get lost in the crowd if she has not already had a baseline mammogram. http://www.ibcresearch.org/
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treatment for breast cancer type

Hi there. I'm sorry to hear that you are experiencing all of these, but on the contrary, Taxol may have given you the upper hand back in 1997 when you had invasive ductal cancer and positive nodes.  You may search the web for the landmark clinical trials on Taxol for node positive breast cancer such as the CALGB 9344 landmark clinical trial.  That trial showed that addition of taxol for node positive ductal breast cancers increased a patient's disease free survival.  This trial may have led to a major FDA approval.  Also, I'm not sure if Taxol does not really work with lobular cancers since the clinical trials included patients with lobular breast cancer histology.  I still suggest that you undergo regular and constant surveillance for your breast cancer. Be strong, regards and God bless.
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