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Fri, May 10 8:49am · Stage 2 breast cancer: What treatments decisions did you have to make? in Breast Cancer

Thank you for this post. Diet is of great interest to me as it relates to our health. I called the Cancer education center at Gonda and they had not heard of this class. I wonder if you could provide further details, so I could track this offering down. Thank you!

Sun, May 5 9:13pm · Concern over Gadiolinum dye in MRIs in Breast Cancer

Great post, I look forward to the response

Mon, Apr 15 4:18pm · adjuvant bisphosphonates in Breast Cancer

I too have completed my Zometa infusions for now. 6 infusions over the course of 3 years.
I have had a follow up bone density scan and it shows improvement in my spine.
I have had bone pain in my feet ever since the first infusion. Has anyone else experienced this? and if so , how did you handle?
I was quite ill with the first infusion and the bone pain in my feet started immediately.
I appreciate any feedback from those with a similar outcome.

Mon, Mar 4 11:11am · Cancer-Fighting Foods in Cancer

Yes.. I am unable to see it as well-
Thank you for the information– I look forward to watching– Please send link—

Mon, Mar 4 10:06am · After Breast Cancer treatment, what next? in Breast Cancer

and there is the Phoenix Yoga Program for breast Cancer survivors.. Free, a restorative Yoga class offered x 2 / week
Wednesdays and Thursdays

The link provides more information and the times and location… You should check it out…. Awesome class!!

Fri, Feb 15 9:02am · Who Else Has Decided NOT To Have Implants or Reconstructive Surgery? in Breast Cancer

Sleeping on your stomach is hard with implants.
I have had my reconstruction done twice.
The first time, I was told not to lie prone. The second time, they have not yet commented.
So I do not do it.
This also makes getting a massage harder. If you go for a massage with implants, they can roll towels up for you to lie on so you are not laying directly on your implants. This works, but is not like laying prone, like you will remember… a new normal:)
It is a very personal decision
Good Luck–