According to a new study, women with mutations in breast cancer genes BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 are being diagnosed with the condition six to eight years earlier than their mothers and aunts who also had feeds.bignewsnetwork.com
Women with mutations in the breast cancer genes, nicknamed BRCA1 and BRCA2, are being diagnosed with breast cancer six to eight years earlier than their mothers and aunts who also had such mutations, a new study says www.foxnews.com
Question by Brittany: Are there any survivors of Inflammatory Breast Cancer?
My mother got diagnosed last year in november with (IBC)! She has gone through so many rounds of chemotherapy and radiation but it seems like it keeps growing. She has a doctor from M.D. Anderson and they have a research study. She is starting a new experimental chemo for just IBC. But i was wondering if anyone survived this type of breast cancer?
Answer by scarred07my grandma had it 27 years ago and her 2 it was a experimental chemo she is now 27 years cancer free and my mom and sister are doing the three day walk to raise $ $ $ $ $
she might get really sick,vomit loose her hair but its normal i hope all goes well i am now thinking of her
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She is fine now but she heard that I should get a mammogram at 25 since she has a history of breast cancer . Is this true?
When should I have a mammogram. My mom had breast cancer …breast-cancer-treatments.net
I just had a lumpectomy for DCIS, and have clear margins and no lymph nodes involved. My grandchildren are 4years and two months old.
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