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April 1, 2016

Left Boob Gone Rogue

It has been over a month since I was diagnosed with Metastatic Breast Cancer. It essentially means that despite having had 16 rounds of chemotherapy, a mastectomy and 33 radiations and follow up treatment with Tamoxifen and Zoladex, some of the cancer cells were able to survive in my body and took root this time in my liver.

It is still considered breast cancer and not “liver cancer”. It can also be called Stage 4 cancer of the breast or secondary breast cancer.

Stage 4 Breast cancer isn’t automatically considered a death sentence. However, it is considered incurable. Incurable sounds pretty much like ” we give up”, ” we don’t know how to make this completely go away” in lay terms. However, in reality it is not giving up.

Based on the receptor profile of the secondary cancer, it is possible to use treatments to stop or delay “progression”. There…

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