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Linda_Care
Posts: 1
Joined: May 2013

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women, and occurs in rare cases in men. Last month i got this major illness in my body really i am so disappointed. I am looking and doing more ssearch about this critical illness. I found one book A Cancer Survivor by Julia Fortune if you have any reference books or any solution please share with me

I am worry about this .................

Thx
Linda

 

New Flower
Posts: 4018
Joined: Aug 2009

sorry for your ilness. This group is incredible carring community that will help you. Please go ahead with your treatment plan. First of all you need to be treated fom cancer

have a nice day 

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kmenurse
Posts: 223
Joined: Apr 2013

I understand your worries.  I too am new to this.  I had a bilaterial Mastectomy on 4/26/13, and I will start my Chemo treatment next week.  I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, stage 2 ER+ PR+ Her2-,  with 2 positive lymph nodes.  Please keep a positive aditude, that is half the battle.  Ask the Oncologest for website, books to learn as much as you need.  I myself have learned a lot from the pink sisters/brothers in this support group.  They are all amazing worriers.... One day at a time.... God Bless!... Kathy 

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Double Whammy
Posts: 2292
Joined: Jun 2010

My favorites:  Anticancer, a New Way of Life  by Dr. David Serban-Schribner.  The Breast Book by Dr. Susan Love.  And here's a great online freebie from the NCCN:  http://www.nccn.org/patients/patient_guidelines/breast/index.html 

Welcome to our forum.  I hope you will be able to find information, experience, and the support you're looking for. 

Suzanne

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coco2008
Posts: 406
Joined: May 2013

I am new here too and the oncology nurse said to get Susan Love's Breast Book.  It helped me to understand what is going on and what treatments are available.  It also tells you about side effects and the future.

Lynne P
Posts: 165
Joined: May 2013

Dr. Susan Loves Breast Book is what I got too.  There are actually a lot out there.  Just google breast cancer or go to Amazon.

Lynne

Pink Rose
Posts: 495
Joined: Nov 2012

I don't know if you're married, but, Breast Cancer Husband by Marc Silver is a good book for your spouse.

Good luck,

Rose

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