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My name is Rayna and on August 6, 2011 I was diagnosed with Stage 2A Grade 3 herc2 positive breast cancer. I found the lump in May but was actually put into the hospital with a kidney stone for my 33rd birthday on July 8. From the tests and sonos they saw the lump and sent me on to have it biopsied. I went through chemo first and then had a double mastectomy. Thank the Almighty that the cancer stayed within the breast tissue and did not spread to my lymph nodes so no radiation was necessary. My oncologist considers me her superbowl...because everything has worked exactly as it should. :o) I am now in the breast reconstruction stage and will have one more surgery to put implants in. Am still taking Herceptin treatments until August and am taking Tamoxifen. It has been a journey and I have been blessed with wonderful prayer warriors and amazing medical people. I dont really have adequate words to describe how I feel about the support I have received in my community and beyond and most importantly my hubby, family, friends and my loving God. I just want to humbly say thank you.
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