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Welcome New Members - 16th September 2022

Mez_BCNAMez_BCNA VictoriaAdministrator, Staff, Member, Moderator Posts: 348


A very warm welcome to our newest members of the past week:

@Trooper @Ivyjewel @Frankie73 @FarmGirl @AmandaJane @Esther1972 @Jodster456 @DeeG @Dulilli @Penny @Cheryln38 @Tory @mummalum @Seagull @AJL26 @Jayz123 @Ruthie70 @Njs @Jojosie @Clare83

You have found your way to Breast Cancer Network Australia’s (BCNA’s) Online Network. This is a forum where you are not alone and can engage with generous members who provide meaningful support to each other. You can share as much or as little as you feel comfortable with to other members. Please explore our various Groups for members who are looking for greater peer-to-peer support.  

The following links may also be helpful in getting you started:  

Our long-time members (newbies too!) are a wealth of information regarding the useful discussion topics and information available through BCNA’s Online Network, therefore please do not hesitate to post your questions.  You have the option to add details about yourself to your ‘profile’ and if you would like more targeted member responses, you may like to add where you live ( eg. Sydney, Melbourne, regional Victoria etc).  

If you need help navigating the Online Network please message myself @Mez_BCNA or one of our other moderators @Jenny_BCNA @Carissa_BCNA @Pat_BCNA @Kate_BCNA . 

Please note: The online network is not moderated by staff/volunteers on Sundays, however if you need something actioned the quickest way to resolve your query is to contact the Member Support Team via email [email protected] or phone 1800 500 258 Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm AEST.

Comments

  • Jenn_Sim1Jenn_Sim1 Member Posts: 1
    Hi, I had bilateral breast cancer with double lumpectomy , radiotherapy, chemotherapy in 2020 and Letrozole for 2 years and prolia for bone thinning. I have been taken off the hormone treatment because of osteoporosis, fatigue and hip pain. I would welcome comments from others, especially the bilateral cancer, and not continuing hormone blockers. I believe the added benefits in taking blockers is around 2-5%. Best wishes to all who are working through their journey and I look forward to any comments. J. 
  • June1952June1952 Regional VictoriaMember Posts: 1,493
    Hi @Mez_BCNA, Can you please change this post from @Jenn_Sim1 to its own post so she gets the relevant responses ?  Thanks.
  • Mez_BCNAMez_BCNA VictoriaAdministrator, Staff, Member, Moderator Posts: 348
    Hi @Jenn_Sim1, I have created your own discussion thread (you can find via this link https://onlinenetwork.bcna.org.au/discussion/24887/bilateral-breast-cancer-and-hormone-blockers/p1?new=1). This will open up your discussion to members who may be able to share their own experience and support.
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