Hi, I am Stage 2A and was recently diagnosed with being triple Negative. I had surgery in one of my breasts last week and am home right now. So glad to meet you guys here! Take care and talk to you very soon!View Thread
Thank you so much Ladies for replying and keeping me in your prayers. I finished my chemo and doing Radiation. Its been one Big ride.. I have been reading about the new drug for Iniparb. That brings some hope for us guys. Does the Doctor prescribe any medicines after the chemo and radiation are over for Triple Negatives?
I had surgery for my left breast and have been keeping a close eye on the other breast. Lately I have been having some pain in my right breast. Do you think it is because of the radiation?
Thanks again for replying and please let me know if you need any information.
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