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I skipped my mammogram for years, and then in May of 2010 I found that I had stage 1, grade 2 invasive ductal carcinoma. I had the Oncotype Dx test and chemo was not indicated for my tumor but radiation was. Then in January of 2014, we found out my tumor marker test was higher…
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No Family History
After my mammogram this year, I had more testing done. I didn't think twice, as this had happened before only to find a cyst. But this time, after another scan, an ultrasound and a biopsy, they told me it was cancer. I thought, are you sure? I don't have family history, I breast- fed, I exercise, and I eat healthy.
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