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Nov 4, 2018 03:40PM
I'm sorry to hear of the new diagnosis, but happy to hear your doctors are managing it.
And I see that, in the midst of everything you're going through right now, you're still thinking of everyone else, sending boxes to your family. You and your family have been through so much together, and you have so much love for each other. The treatment available in Canada is good, though - right? - and there are many new treatments available now.
Yes, thank the lucky stars that you're single. The last thing you need right now is drama - like the divorce drama so many of us went through. Couples can look so happy together, but you never really know what's happening behind closed doors. Remember the woman who posted here that, at stage 4, her husband left, drained all the bank accounts, even her children's college funds, and moved in with another woman? She visited briefly and then disappeared from the forum. Hope she's okay.
We gained an hour here with the time change, yet I'm still suffering from insomnia. Hope you're having an easier time finding sleep.
Talk to you all later.
2011: Left MX w/TE (Ki67: 60%) AC x 4, Taxol x 12, Radiation, Tamoxifen, BRCA2+ Dec. 2012: Right prophylactic MX w/TE, ooph; June 2013: Final exchange; Nov. 2013: Fat grafting; 2014: Arimidex; 2015: Femara REST IN PEACE, MELANIE
11/23/2010, IDC, 1cm, Stage IIA, Grade 3, 2/22 nodes, ER+/PR+, HER2-