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schnooks39 posted:
I was recently diagnosed with Triple Negative . I had my 1st surgery , then had 6 rounds chemo when I found 2 more spots had surgery , was diagnosed with inflammatory cancer now I am having to go through with 6 more rounds of chemo and possibly radiation . I am only 43 , but does it ever get easier to deal with ?? What suggestions can anyone give me to help as how to handle this ???

On top of that I still have to worry about my little girl she just turned 9 yrs old .
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melecia505 responded:
Hi schooks39, i also was diagnosed with triple TNBC, it's not fun but we need to focus on our health and of course our loved ones. You can do it, with the Grace of God and believing in him and trusting him he will help u through ur journey. U need to be strong for your child. I also have a son he just turned 13. Be positive about everything whether your feeling down or sick from the meds. don't give up. My child is what I'm fighting for because he still needs me. Your young and probably was healthy before, that makes a difference, fight it, patience is the Key word there will be light at the end of the tunnel please just keep up the faith and smile.


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