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Good evening all,
today I got my results following my mastectomy. I have had a complete response to the chemotherapy!!!!
i find out tomorrow if I will have radiotherapy .
Great news xx
Whoop whoop! Congratulations, fantastic news!
That's the best news! Im so so pleased for you. I don't know you, but everyone here is fighting this same battle and any victory over it is a boost for us all, and gives hope. Good luck for the rest of your treatment.
Fantastic news. Thank for letting us know. It's so lovely to hear good news stories too. xx
Brilliant news Jilly, thats the worst of it all over. So pleased yuo have the all clear. X
Fantastic news!!!!!! X
And today's news is that radiotherapy is not needed xx
11 more herceptin injections and another attempt at reconstruction and that's me done xx
Delighted for you. Onward and upwards now
Fantastic news! I had surgery before chemotherapy so will never know if the drugs worked but your success gives me great hope!
Fabulous news xx
So pleased for you and love and hugs for the next step. ((((((Hugs)))))
Oh wow Jilly such great news. That was what the appointment was for....fab news!!!
So pleased for you xxx
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