Category: Research and Developments

New Abnormal – Covid, Cancer and the Aftermath of Trauma

There’s a new lexicon added to the modern canon of dictionaries or repurposed words that came to take on new meanings. Yet for those of us with metastatic or terminal cancers, many of the words applied to us prior to February of 2020. Defining a Lockdown “A lockdown can be defined as an emergency protocol

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Flow Chart of Dense Breast Mammography Recommendations

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6420861/bin/nihms-982505-f0020.jpg The National Cancer Institute in 2016 released it’s recommendations for routine digital mammography screening. I was diagnosed at 49 with stage 4 lobular invasive carcinoma with metastasis to the bones and liver. I’m now in my 7th year with this time bomb that kills 100% of the victims. We did nothing wrong to deserve

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Mammography Recommendations by Breast Surgeons – Dense Breast Matters

http://www.breastsurgeons.org/docs/statements/Position-Statement-on-Screening-Mammography.pdf If you’re one of those women who have either homogeneously dense or extremely dense breasts, take a read of this downloadable PDF. And if you’re not diagnosed yet or haven’t had a yearly 3-D mammogram and you’re aware of your breast density bring this with you to your next GP or OBGYN appointment. Or

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