Anethe Frenkman
Anethe Frenkman

I am still live after 21 years. I got it from 1982 but still I am living though my treatments = chemotherapi for always! I know that I am gonna die in cancer - some day but not right now. My dream is to get 60 first and then I have to get some more fighting spirit to stay ALIVE<3 <3

Elizabeth Tolbert
Elizabeth Tolbert

HI,I'M A GRATEFUL CANCER SURVIVOR OF 9 YRS ,HAD A MAMMO THE YR 2002 DISCOVERED A LUMP,HAD A BIOPSY ,THAN IN 2003 HAD LUMPECTOMY,I WAS STAGE 2 ,NEXT HAD CHEMO & RADATION .SO NOW I'M 63YRS OLD AND STILL IN REMISSION. GRACE & MERCY . SO GRATEFUL . MAMMOGRAMS ARE SO IMPORTANT. SO SISTERS LETS GET OUR YEARLY MAMMO. GOD BLESS ELIZABETH TOLBERT

Ruth Kirkey
Ruth Kirkey

I had my first mammogram in about 6 yrs. Never had a lump but the mammogram found cancerous cells. Had another mammogram, followed by a needle biopsy and two surgeries; lumpectomy and lymph-nodectomy. Just finished radiation therapy this month. My prognosis is good; I will be a survivor!

Claudia Woodward
Claudia Woodward

I was lucky just a little lump removed successfully. Radiotherapy and pills put me right

Sigrid Nelissen
Sigrid Nelissen

I was 42 when I felt a little lump in my right breast. Some time later one in my left one. A little later one more in my right one. Doctor said not to worry. That Sunday when I got up with my right breast totally inflamed and painfull, I knew it had hit me this time. Stage 3B for the right breast, a little less "terribleé for the left one. Surgery, chemo, surgery, radiotherapy, and one more year of chemo. I still alive. I have won. So don't give up please, miracles do happen. With Love. Sigrid

Tania Carter
Tania Carter

I was 45 when I first felt a lump in my right breast - thank goodness for doing those routine checks while taking a shower! Following a lumpectomy, chemotherapy and yes loosing my hair, radiotherapy and 12 months of herceptin I am pleased to say that 2 years on all the treatment I received and loss of hair was worth what I have today - back to work, enjoying life and my family!

Tania Carter

Leanne Karauna
Leanne Karauna

Wow so many, misdiagnosed as i was breasfeeding and the lump first presented as a fibroidnoema 3 months later diagnosed malignant/cancer age 30 1997, three young children youngest was 2.5 . The cancer was aggressive not hr receptive, 13 lymph nodes, full mastectomy and node clearance, treatment was a battle high dose chemo. Autologous bone marrow transplant, then the normal radiation, but yeah still here, sill have issues and scares. sometimes forget the journey etc. Kia kaha koutou! Have courage!

Virginia Saine
Virginia Saine

When I was 49 I had a mastectomy. Don't postpone mammograms because early detection and prayer can save your life!

Georgena Armiger
Georgena Armiger

I missed two mammograms because I was too busy...went to the 3rd request and they found a malignant carcinoma..had a lumpectomy and radiation and have been clear for 7 years
Jodi Armiger

Sukhi Kaur
Sukhi Kaur

i was 39 when i was diagnosed i had stage 3 breast cancer i had to have chemo radiotheraphy and a lumpectomy you just have to fight through it there is light at the end of the tunnel thank the lord

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