You Are Not Alone...

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cheri
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Diagnosed on: Nov. '05
Diagnosed With: IDC
Mets: None
Cancer Stage: Stage 11B
Node Status: 3/11
Tumor Size: 1 cm
Tumor Grade: Unknown
Receptor Status: ER/PR+ HER-
My Bio: Lumpectomy, Breast Reduction, TAC Chemo, 35 Rads, Arimidex

You Are Not Alone...

Postby cheri » 07pm31America/New_York()

I just wanted to say a few words if you're reading this and you've just been diagnosed with breast cancer. We have all been exactly where you are right now...scared out of our minds...mostly of the unknown. It helps to talk it out and there are some very nice ladies here who can help you. You don't have to do much reaching out there's folks just waiting to help. It's going to be alright.
Cheri
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Joined: 03pm31America/New_York()
Diagnosed on: 02/01/2008
Diagnosed With: IDC
Secondary Diagnosis: DCIS
Mets: None
Cancer Stage: Stage I
Node Status: 0/3
Tumor Size: 1.3cm
Tumor Grade: Grade 2
Receptor Status: ER+/PR+/HER2/Neu++
Location: Flowery Branch, GA
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Re: You Are Not Alone...

Postby Emerald » 09pm31America/New_York()

We have all had the "new diagnosis". While each of us has our on unique way of dealing with this, but our range of emotions are the same.

But we are tough and we are here for you.

I have a saying: "You know I won't let a little thing like cancer get me down."

Basically, it is the power of positive thinking. It made a world of difference in my attitude during treatment.
"I don't care if my glass is half full or half empty, I am just thankful to have a glass!"

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