I was diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago when I felt a lump. I just had a partial mastectomy and 2 lymph nodes removed on the 1st of August I will know in 2 weeks if they got it all and when I start radiation. I felt the lump and thought it was the first one I found and that it had just gotten bigger when the results came back that I had a cancerous one growing beside the fiberous one. They said that I was good at finding it and getting it looked at so quickly that it was small and detected early enough that all i should have to get is radiation. Keeping my fingers crossed and taking it one day at a time.
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