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elsie37 (@elsie37)

The math of invasive breast cancer risk for LCIS

Breast Cancer | Last Active: Jan 21, 2020 | Replies (30)

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@amy11559

Completely agree. My alh pathology was an accidental finding at age 50. How do I know this hasn’t been there for 15 years. How can I get a 20 percent chance over 5-15 years of being discovered. Very unsettling

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Nothing correlates as far as I can see. They all seem to recommend cancer preventing drugs which come with its own set of risks. For me I was researching after a year of hell of waiting for biopsy results. One woman on a fb group page wrote. “Would you get on a plane if it had a 20 percent chance of going down.” Granted that is not a great example. I personally have lost trust in the system. For years I felt that I was doing everything so that I can catch something in time unlike many of my family members that have passed. My family tree is so sad. Never in my wildest dreams did I expect for a doctor to tell me that they have a hard time seeing lobular since it forms lines similar to those in normal imaging. I became angry. I hope and pray my pathology comes back ok. What I am doing tomorrow is making me feel in more in control than I have felt in years. I pray for all of us those who have gotten sick from implants and just anyone touched in any way by cancer because it affects everyone involved. I am so sorry you are thinking of all of this also. It is not fair and upsetting. Please message I will be happy to talk or exchange thoughts about the process I am going through or anything. Good luck ❤️

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