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How This Woman Healed From Brest Cancer
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How This Woman Healed From Brest Cancer

Mine, is a disease that since the name did not promise anything good: triple negative to say no to three three possible targets for new therapies targeting. It means that doctors had no other weapon than the old chemotherapy, its side effects. But the doctor was treating me gave me hope with a more aggressive experimental protocol, developed by the network of researchers supported by Association Againt Cancer, I could do it too.

And so I threw it without thinking too much about, confident in who I cared but also in my strength of character, never failed. I lost no time in pointing the finger of a diagnosis that would have been even earlier: in August because I had already noticed nodulino have a breast, but I had not been paying attention to it because I was subjected to screening with ultrasound and mammography only a few months first. Instead, the tumor was already peering and that seems to have appeared only in December. It was not a failure of doctors, because at the moment in which I performed the tests, as was later verified, the disease was still invisible, and only began to grow in the following months.

It is a rare but can happen, I recommend to my friends: checked by regular checks, but do not overlook any warning signs for this between the investigation and the other. A reassuring result of this kind should not be misleading. In my case the end was an inflamed gland under his arm to reveal the presence of cancer. I was operated and subjected to all treatment.

When I got sick I was doing to restructure the farm that I managed to create a farm together with my daughter. On the way back from the sessions of chemotherapy, therefore, I was going to follow the work or to control the threshing of grain. "You keep his life as usual," he told the oncologist. And I'm sure you also keep me busy at that time so difficult, focusing on the future rather than the disease, certainly helped me.

The research on breast cancer does not stop.

Making cancer more treatable.

Final Thoughts:

The above is a testimony the change is possible. We are all together for one purpose. We want to fight and get cure and live. Life is beautiful. New discoveries are made each day. It is our duty as men to keep up the faith.

The above story is a great testimony. Share it with your loved ones.


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