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Anon_23988 posted:
To all of us combining Christmas and chemo. my best wishes for health and happiness in the upcoming year. My diagnosis was in June.Triple negative invasive ductal carcinoma. I am 2/3 way done with chemo and doing pretty well. Stay positive and God Bless all of us.
jenna291 responded:
God Bless you and may your chemo go by quickly. I had my second round of chemo before Christmas just over 5 years ago, and had my wig on by Christmas to look as normal as possible, for my family and for myself as well. It surely was not easy, but after Christmas I took time to really nest at home. Being winter I found it a quieter time to be in and take care of myself.
I finished treatments on the 1st day of spring, so that was pretty cool!
Best of luck with it all and know you are always being thought of!

~ Jenna
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serenity41960 responded:
Just saw your post. I was diagnosed one year ago with invasive ductal carcinoma also triple negative. I did eight months chemo followed by lumpectomy then 36 radiation treatments. I am doing good so far. How are you doing? Hope you are doing well.

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