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Anyone with experience with HER2+ breast cancer?
I'm Kendrah, and I'm a survivor of Stage 2 Breast Cancer
After two cycles, my experience is so bad I feel like quitting. I have to complete six, then surgery then more cycles. I don’t know how I’m going to do it. I am ill with either cramping, diarrhea or severe constipation for two weeks or more. Chills and being cold is almost constant. Going back and forth taking drugs for the symptoms. Barely able to eat normally for weeks. I am just so tired..   Read more…

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Olive oil is a culinary and cultural legacy used over centuries and it is not only used for cooking, but used for health benefits. It carries large amounts of antioxidants that are believed to be g... more
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In the booklet Facing Forward, the National Cancer Institute compiled what has been learned from survivors about life after cancer treatment. It includes practical ways of dealing with common probl... more
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In addition to the physical effects of cancer, survivors will experience psychological, emotional and spiritual impacts which are well addressed by MD Anderson Cancer Center. Many of these affect q... more

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