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An_247105 posted:
hi what is the outlook of breast cancer!! is my grandmam die:(
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judyfams responded:
The rate of survival for women diagnosed with breast cancer has gone up over the past years -due mainly to better diagnostic tools which catch the breast cancer at an early stage.
You have not told us what you grandmother has been told by her doctors. Has she been diagnosed with breast cancer, or does she just have an abnormal mammogram that they are doing further tests?
Please try not to worry too much until (if) there is a diagnosis. At that time the doctors can give you more information based precisely on her diagnosis.
Good luck,
Judy
 
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jenna291 replied to judyfams's response:
Hi, I agree with Judy. The technology has gotten better as have the treatment plans.
Do you know what her exact diagnosis is?

best ~
Jenna
 
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