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Ibrance as hormore treatment for metastatic breat cancer
Hi, I'm Mary E S.
Just started my 2nd month of Ibrance treatment. So far not many side-affects.. Just wonder is anyone else using this drug and can give me advise on what to expect as time goes on?   Read more…

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Created Dec 1, 2016 in Cancerbus' resources · Like1
I'm a 51 year old woman living in the Bay Area of California with a naughty case of stage IV breast cancer with bone metastasis, my husband, my stepson, and my cat. Although not in that order eve... more
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Created Apr 13, 2015 in Breast Cancer Group's resources · Like1
Available where books are sold: It isn't what happens to you, it's what you do when it happens. Through the trauma of breast cancer Alicia Garey came out of the writing closet to share her e... more
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Created Mar 4, 2015 in Megdalynn's resources · Like1
I love to write and have lots of loved ones to share my journey with, so a blog is the most efficient method.

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