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Living Beyond Breast Cancer - Teleconference

Please join us on Tuesday, September 20 from noon to 1:15pm (EDT) for Monitoring for Recurrence and Managing Fears, a FREE teleconference featuring special guest, Carey K. Anders, MD.  During the call, participants will learn skills to cope with fear, explore practical tips to help ease concerns, learn how to create a post-treatment plan with their caregivers and find additional post-treatment resources and support services.

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Topic: Living Beyond Breast Cancer Teleconference

Breast Cancer Discussion Forums - Access the shared knowledge of thousands of people affected by breast cancer
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Living Beyond Breast Cancer - Official Site

Dedicated to empowering all affected by this disease. Includes a newsletter, transcripts and an email list. Headquartered in Ardmore, Pennsylvania.
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All Living Beyond Breast Cancer: Teleconference messages

Please join us on Tuesday, September 20 from noon to 1:15pm (EDT) for Monitoring for Recurrence and Managing Fears, a FREE teleconference featuring special guest ...
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Living Beyond Breast Cancer Teleconference

Hi All, There is an American website called Living Beyond Breast Cancer, LBBC, who are having a teleconference on 21st April about Triple - 362487
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Living Beyond Breast Cancer: Teleconference - Inspire

Please join us on Tuesday, September 20 from noon to 1:15pm (EDT) for Monitoring for Recurrence and Managing Fears, a FREE teleconference featuring special guest ...
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Teleconferences - Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation®

Original Date – Tuesday, April 17, 2012. Living Beyond Breast Cancer presents this teleconference series in partnership with Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation.
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"Living Beyond Breast Cancer" - Breast Reconstruction Part 1

"Living Beyond Breast Cancer", a national non-profit assisting breast cancer survivors, asked the Texas Center for Breast Reconstruction to assist in a national ...
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Living Beyond Breast Cancer Conference - Myriad Genetics

Myriad partnered with Living Beyond Breast Cancer to educate breast cancer survivors at the Annual Conference about Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer.
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2010 Cancer Survivorship Telephone Workshop Series

2010 Cancer Survivorship Telephone Workshop Series page. Skip Navigation. ... Living Beyond Breast Cancer, and the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship, ...
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Living Beyond Breast Cancer - Home | Facebook

Living Beyond Breast Cancer, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. 72,010 likes · 460 talking about this · 168 were here. Web: Twitter:...
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Welcome to the Breast Cancer Community

Thank you, Chris, for the introduction. You summarized the purpose of/for this forum very nicely. it's also nice to be encouraged to write about your (my) history and give a little information. I have done that through comments but I don't think I have on my profile page. I agree it is sometimes very helpful to have a profile to look at, especially when someone comments, or asks a question, and you are trying to learn more, and better about a person. You were announced a while back but I have only seen you around most recently, so I am glad to learn a little bit more about you. You also have a very sweet photo of yourself. thanks again, kat
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Sister-inlaw has bone cancer which spread from Breast Cancer

The best place to get a true picture that would deal specifically with your sister-inlaw's case would be from her Oncologist. Bone cancer that has been determined to be mets. from breast cancer is one of the most treatable types although no metastatic cancer is cured. It would be my choice .... that no doubt sounds odd but I think all who have survived the initial breast cancer have thoughts of future mets. You might (if you haven't already) post your concers on the "Expert Forum" to get an opinion from the Cleveland Clinic Physicians.   Regards .....
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Donate Your Car For Breast Cancer Charity

What a great thing you are doing. I need my car though, but sure wish you the best! You certainly are doing this for a worthy cause/Best of luck ProdigalGirl
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Well, everything may be fine but then again it may not. Family history is important BUT only a small percentage of diagnosed cases are related to family history. I would say that you are stressing out a bit early since you haven't had your biopsy yet and there will be plenty of "waiting" coming up even after the biopsy. It's OK to be scared; I doubt if there is one woman who hasn't had the same reaction. I think you may have answered your own question when you said that you need to find your own strength and faith in order to deal with the situation. Everyone deals in a different way from what I have read here in our Community but somehow we all come out on the other side no matter what the outcome. I believe that strength comes when you need it and I'm sure this will be true in your case. Faith of course is something that you either have or you don't so that will be yours to work on. Advances are being made every day in the various treatments for all the types of Breast Cancer so we all have reason to hope that one day there will be a cure. Until that time we all have to deal with whatever we are dealt and do it in the best way that we can. I've heard from countless women who have been surprised at the strength they actually had as things progressed ... I think that we women are a lot stronger than we think and I'm sure you'll find this in yourself too. Do your best, talk about it if it helps or keep it to yourself if that's what makes you the most comfortable. It's all about YOU now so "hear" what others say but you aren't required to "listen".   Regards ....
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hereditary breast cancer ?

Family history of Cancer is considered to be one of many risk factors... especially, if the relatives are your parents and siblings. I also have extensive family history of Cancer on both my mother's and my father's side... including Breast and Ovarian Cancer. So, that knowledge makes me all the more vigilant of my body and any changes that I may notice. Plus, I make sure to have my annual mammograms on a timely basis. But, does having family history of Cancer alone mean that I'll get Cancer? No one knows as there are many who get Cancer, yet have no known Cancer history in their families. But, I know where you're going with the question because it's a question that I'm always faced with, especially when I hear of yet another relative who was diagnosed with Cancer. My advice to you is stay on top of your yearly exams. And, be mindful of any changes and abnormalities that you may notice or sense when it comes to your body.
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What are my options

I just wanted to tell you first ... How sorry I am about your second diagnosis.. I had a sentinal lymph node biopsy done 2 weeks prior to my Double masectomy. The way they did this was a day surgery. I went in and they injected a radioactive material around my nipple area (stung for a second like a bee sting). I then waited a few hours before the actual removal of sentinal node. In surgery the doctor injected a blue dye to help better locate the sentinal lymph node. The only side effect I had was I had really pretty blue urine for the day..My lymph nodes were clear.  I just posted right below your with questions also about future treatment.
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