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Hi this is Elizabeth again (43). I received THE CALL yesterday at work that it doesn't look good. All the lumps in my left breast are CANCER. So now I am again waiting.... To find out the type and level. I am definitely having surgery to take it out and some rounds of radiation. I have been told there are two most common types of cancer it may be. The first is DCIS which is usually a low level beginner cancer. If I have this one I shouldn't need any further treatment. The other is LOBULAR this Cancer is a little more aggressive and I would need an MRI since this type likes to travel to other areas of your body. So ironically, I find myself rooting for the DCIS cancer. Lol. I think the hardest part is telling people but I find that sharing with you this way helps just a little... To be continued
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