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Monday, 22 October 2007

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rena

Praying for your mom, you and your sisters, I know this is very stressfull. Here,(USA) it is recommended that we get yearly mamograms starting at the age of 40, especially if you have someone in your family that has it. May want to ask your Dr. about it. My Dr. says says they like to start at age 40, so they have a sort of "base"line to go by, so they know what is "normal" for your breasts, and as they do them yearly they have something to compare it too. Hope you don't mind my two cents worth. I am just a little paranoind, with my own mom's diagnosis.

Take care.

Rena

Mandy

Hi there ! What a terrible sequence of events - I wish you and your family well - it must be so hard when you are all so far apart too. Lots of love Mandy xx

di

Good subject to blog about- personal stories about this sort of thing are the best way to increase awareness. Both my grandmothers had breast cancer and ended up dying from further cancers. Glad you've gotten a referral- don't put it off!

justine

thanks for sharing, it's in the sharing that you get release and relief :) It's such a awful thing and to be honest I just don't know what to say, so I will send you a smile :)

Nora

Thinking of you. x

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