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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

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    Breast Cancer Early Detection and “Doubt”

    As technology advances, early detection rises and in turn catches cancer at a stage where it’s more easily treated and/or removed.  However, this week a New York Times article “Doubt About Pathology Opinions for Early Breast Cancerand Newsweek article  ”Avoiding Breast-Cancer Mistakes” outlines some very important information.

    My type of cancer, DCIS, is the same term used for “pre-cancerous” cells or Stage Zero.  But my cancer had progressed to a point where it had turned cancerous and had become “invasive” or in other words starting to spread.  Very lucky for me, for us, that we had the timing to remove the breast tissue before it spread further.  When meeting with the oncologist, he spent quite a bit of time walking us through the various stages of DCIS and to illustrate where my DCIS was…well past the “pre cancerous” stage but “focal” and “invasive”. 

    But the key message is that DCIS is tough to diagnosis correctly every time.  As the articles noted, this has been a touch nut to crack for over 30 years and they are still working to standardize the protocols.  In the meantime, The Newsweek article link above has an outline of the steps to take, the second opinions to gather and overall, to ensure you educate yourself.  It’s you…and please don’t just think your doctors word is where it ends.

    One Response to “Breast Cancer Early Detection and “Doubt””

    • Katrina says:

      Reading such articles is something that I and most people, I imagine, shy away from. With it being so close to home it’s not easy to ignore… and it’s imperative that we don’t.

      Hope you are feeling well. xox

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