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I see a specialist at Northwestern in Chicago who is one of tbe best in the country. He also does alot of research. Oral and IV chemo did not work for me. The 3 drugs I take are Falsodex shot once a month. Afi itor oral daily. Herceptin IV every 3 weeks. Was originally HER negative but cancer can mutate and now am positive. Been on meds 3 months and see Doc next week to see progress. My liobu…   Read more…

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