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    12 Year Survivor of Breast Cancer Now Dealing With Brain Mets
    SunnySherrie posted:
    I am a 12 year breast cancer/11 year bone mets survivor that has resently been dx with brain mets. I've undergone a surgial removal of a 4cm tumor in the back of my head and gammaknife of a tumor in the left temple area of my head...where do I go from here...going to Duke for a MRI of my brian and they seem to want radation to the surgical site but I am not in favor of whole head radation at this time...I'm 53 years old and doing pretty good otherwise!
    rachael67 responded:
    Oooops! Had I gone down a little, I would have seen you did just that! Sorry, Sherrie!

    Hope you soon hear from others. We will be with you in spirit when you go for your MRI! Keep us posted.

    Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!

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