My best friend is getting her results today for her biopsy of a mass.

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Any advice from you brave souls? I wanted to check on this page to see what your advice would be to help her. What did any of you find helpful from your friends and family?

I will have more information tonight about the diagnosis and will check back in to ask a few questions.  Hopeflully no one on this fourm minds my quesitons. Thank you.

 

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    Hopefully all will be ok, we are all here to support you. 
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      What an incredibly kind thig to say Kadija. Thank you very much. I hope I can be of support too. 
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    Hopefully we can all support you, my mam had a biopsy etc 6yrs ago, (unfortunately she was diagnosed with breast cancer) she had all the treatments, and I and my bro, and dad went through them all with her supported and went to all appointments, so if I can be of any help and the other people on here please let us know.   Liz 
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    Thank you all so much for your kind words and offer of support.

    Here is what I just found out hope this makes sense.

    - Carcinoma 

    -3mm tumor

    -Stage 2&3

    -Nodes 2&3

     

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    I'm so sorry to hear the sad news, she will need lots of support as it's not easy going thru this illness. My friend is being treated for breast cancer too, she's doing really well  and is in remisiion now, your friend is very lucky to have such a nice friend like you  who is so concerned about her welfare, keep it up and give her lots of support, she will be fine.

    we are here if you need to talk.

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      Thank you very much for your kind email. I think everything will be ok, just shocking no matter how prepared you think you are. She's like my sister.

      I am SO glad your friend is alright. That is wonderful that she's in remission.

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