Lobular Breast Cancer really IS the 'sneaky one' .... a journalist & pathologist explains why
A pathologist explains & shows how Lobular 'presents' in the pathology slides ... Well worth a watch, to understand it a bit better. https://iview.abc.net.au/video/LABS2021103188542
Here I go again!
Hi there. Newbie to this online group. I had my first diagnosis in 2006 at 46. A grade 3 ductal cancer for which I had a lumpectomy, radiation and hormone blockers. I had Tamoxifen until developed uterine polyps (3yrs) and then switched to Arimidex (another 5 yrs). My maternal aunt had BC first in her mid 30’s and then…
74 and newly diagnosed
Well here I am just turned 74 and diagnosed a week ago with invasive lobular carcinoma. Waiting to see oncology specialists and surgeons and find out what the treatment will be. From what the breast screen doctor and my own doctor have told me it won’t kill me and will just be a bloody nuisance and inconvenience for a…
Making the ILC group a PRIVATE GROUP (instead of Public to the world!)
Hi guys At this point in time, the ILC and Young Women's groups are totally PUBLIC ..... anyone in the world can see the posts. I've put a request in for the ILC group to be private ..... so that we may discuss issues and developments in total privacy .... I have posted this in the ILC Group as well ..... General 'info'…