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February 25-Mammogram
March 15-MRI
March 19-Core Biopsy
March 23-Cancer Diagnosis
April 14-Double Mastectomy
May 24-Oncologist Meeting
June 7 - Starting Tamoxifen Therapy
August 25 - Reconstruction Surgery
August 27 -Yale Second Opinion
August 31 - "Reconstruction" Complete

It has been confirmed:
No Chemo or Radiation is required

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    Treatment/Therapies Confirmed

    I’m pleased to announce some uplifting news that my oncologist shared with us yesterday.

    With the depth of the breast tissue clean margins and the clean lymph nodes, he confirmed I will require no radiation or chemotherapy!  That’s quite remarkable, almost unbelievable, considering the cancer that was present was wildly aggressive in nature.   A second team of oncologists at Yale will be reviewing my pathology reports before I, myself, can truly believe such good news. 

    As usual, I continue to question everything and take nothing on “face value”.  If you’ve been to this site before or followed the journey for a bit, you know it’s my suggestion to everyone when it comes to your health.  We are all our own self health managers…it’s our body, it’s our responsibility…it does not just lie on the doctor’s shoulders.  OK, I’ll hop off the soap box now :)

    So back to what my therapy will be –  I’ve opted to start Tamoxifen hormonal therapy to further reduce the risk of cancer returning.  One pill each day for 5 years is the plan.  It comes with side effects no doubt, but we’ll see how things go and for anyone reading that’s experienced the side effects, a comment here or a direct email to cancerbytheday@live.com would be greatly appreciated.  The journey continues…. (she exhales and smiles)

    12 Responses to “Treatment/Therapies Confirmed”

    • carole griffin says:

      and we are smiling here too at hearing such good news! We are so happy for you … still sending lots of happy vibes and hugs!
      C xxx

    • Vicki says:

      So pleased for you that this journey has a wonderful outcome. But as they say, ” the power of positivity” creates positivity. So good on you Sue and we are exhaling here as well. Hugs to you all.


    • Cathy Schmiedel says:

      Yippee!!!! What fantastic news!! It is hard to believe that the best possible outcome did, in fact, come out!! You are smart to be extra certain with the second opinions before you can fully believe it – but, definitely something to cheer about!! So happy for you Sue….couldn’t ask for better news! Prayer and positivity work for sure!! Thinking of all of you!

      Cathy and John

    • Stacey & Brian says:

      Such wonderful news, Sue! My mom (a 18 year survivor) took Tamoxifen & had little side effects. so everyone is different as you robably already know! Just keeping on being as positive & inspiring as you have been & before you know it, you’ll be celebrating being a survivor, too!!

    • Cathy says:

      Such wonderful news! I’m so happy for you all!

      Cathy & Michael

    • Matt says:

      What a huge relief. I’m so glad you can avoid both of those treatments. Amazing how far you’ve come in such a short time. I think congrats are in order. :)

    • Katrina says:

      Fab news doll. I am so happy for you!!! oxoxox

    • Ann and Pete Lowne says:

      Delighted to hear your good news. Bruce and the girls must have been thrilled that you accompanied them to soccer.

      Emily, our granddaughter had her sports day today. Last year, when she was in the infants, they all had sporting activities, but no winners or losers. This year they have races. Emily elected to go in for the dressing up race and also the hurdles, even though she did not know what hurdles were. I can’t wait to hear how she got on.

      Great to hear that you have got over your first hurdle. Keep up the good work.

      Love Ann and Pete

    • Pat Masterson says:

      Wow! Wonderful news Sue. John and I are thrilled for you, Bruce and the girls!

      I have a friend who has been on Tamoxifen for approx. 4 years without any side effects at all. Hope it’s the same for you.

      Thanks for sharing such great news.
      Best to you, Pat

    • Duncan Paul & Willis says:

      Just the best news ever

      well done Sue you cant beat that drive that you have

      we are so happy with the news – big smiles over here and a wag from willis

      the pics of the girls look great

      hope to see you soon

      lots of love

      Duncan Paul and Willis

    • ANNA, pAUL AND hAYDEN says:

      and as I smile with relief, I wonder (as terror crosses my face) will this pill deter our deep fondness of wine?

    • Helen says:

      GREAT NEWS!!! Rob and I are so happy for you, Bruce and the your little angels.

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