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"Bah Bye" by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Didn't sleep well last night. Tired and sore today. Just did what I had to @ work and came right back home. Spent most of the day on the couch watching shows I had DVR'd. Di ... Read on »
"Betty Boob" by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Still feeling a bit tired, sad, depressed. I understand it. It's okay. Saw Dr F today. Said my left boob is looking real good! I had some fluid bu ... Read on »
"Humor Gal" ~ by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer My friend, Pam ( Smileycollector,) has agreed to be my "Humor Gal." The job description entails her emailing me something humorous weekly. A joke, a cartoon, video, etc. ... Read on »
"Little Life Preservers" by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer My site for sending FREE cards of encouragement to women newly diagnosed or currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer is live!!! ... Read on »
"Living Proof" by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer This movie was just on Lifetime and is truly fascinating. About the man who discovered Herceptin. It may air again or be on your cable company's On Demand. For info click ... Read on »
(love) (hugs) (kiss) by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY! Read on »
* Bored * by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I arrived at the hospital early and found myself bored so I pulled out my camera and entertained my goofy s ... Read on »
* Important note by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I forgot to mention that Dr O got the pathology report back and went over it with me at our last visit. There was still a good amount of DCIS in the breast before t ... Read on »
****Officially Bald**** by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I am as bald as it gets! Had a fantastically fun time shaving my head with the kids & Steve. It will grow back and I will appreciate every si ... Read on »
***Today was a Good Day**** by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Yes~~~ Today was a good day. I had an ultrasound assisted needle aspiration on my left breast today which confirmed the lump in my left breast was just a ben ... Read on »
**APPLAUSE** by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I would like to send up a huge CONGRATULATIONS and much applause to my friend Teresa who just finished the Avon 3 day - 60 mile walk for breast cancer in AZ! WooHo ... Read on »
*sigh* by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Tired. Bored. No energy. Listless. Fatigued. Depressed. Uninspired. Lethargic. Restless. Achey. Blah. Bluck. (But not sleepy.) Go figure! L ... Read on »
*Staying Afloat ~ by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer *Trying to keep upbeat. Tough at times. Tummy isn't happy 99% of the time. Super-sensitive to scents of any kind. Not sleeping well this ... Read on »
1 Year Anniversary! by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Today marks my 1 year anniversary of being diagnosed with breast cancer. Gosh - so much has happened in one year. So much has changed. One year a ... Read on »
1/2 way done! by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer I had my 6th Taxol & Herceptin treatment this afternoon so I am now officially halfway through this phase. Sweet! When my legs started to take on a life of ... Read on »
11th Rad... by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer This picture is similar to the machine used on me but it is much closer to my body - like inches away from my chest. Today was my 11th radiation treat ... Read on »
12 hours and counting... by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Tomorrow. Oct. 9th, 2007 8:15 AM. EST. Cape Cod Hospital - Mugar Center (Cancer section.) Meet with Dr. S (oncologist.) Blood work. ... Read on »
18th Herceptin today by Lesa Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Breast Cancer Each increase puts me one step closer to the end of treatment. And more hopeful that the cancer has been eradicated, erased, obliterated, destroyed. ... Read on »