Any high Ki67 survivor stories out there?
I would LOVE to hear from ANY survivors who had high Ki67 !!!! (Also hormone positive with high Ki67). My Ki67 is 75%, which feels like a death sentence, even though half way through chemo, the tumor has shrunk by about 80%. It has been an emotionally challenging week and I could use some positive (really positive) stories.
Every now and then I read a post on this forum that talks about somebody who has lived a long time with disease. I know there have even been threads with many node positive success stories and stage IV survival stories. These have been the most uplifting influences for me on my journey. In a world of breast cancer where…
Any survivors out there diagnosed at a young age???
There might already be a thread about this but can't find it! Was hoping to start one where people who were diagnosed young (20s/30s) could share their survivor stories, if you are more than a few years past diagnosis. It can be difficult to find people who had BC at a young age, and I find it encouraging when I find…
Realism in a time of grief
Mark Pollock and Simone George TED Talk “Acceptance is knowing that grief is a raging river. And you have to get into it. Because when you do, it carries you to the next place. It eventually takes you to open land, somewhere where it will turn out OK in the end. “ Simone says this so beautifully. The balance between…
Looking for inspiring stories for choreography project
It has been five years since I began my journey. Was a busy health care professional at the time.....worked throughout my treatment. Did not tell many people at first about my cancer-only the people that had to know. Retired and decided to go back to school and study dance one of life's passion. Figured it time to smell…
Could lymph node positive survivors share their story?
I was dx in May 2010 with IDC stage 2, grade 3, BRCA2+, ER+ with 7 positive nodes. I would like to hear from long term survivors as this has been a very scary journey. Thank you so much!!!
"The most ENCOURAGING things said to you during your journey"
Sisters, I think we can always use another "feel good" thread, so I thought this one would be a good one to go with... I know we already have a thread for the dumbest and worst things people have said to you during our journeys, but how about the most encouraging things said to or done for you? I've read many posts…