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Stephanie Walker Nov 12
“But you don’t look sick”. Please stop ✋🏾. I’m not sick, I have MBC, a terminal disease process. And I live with it every day.....what is your excuse for looking like “that”, and acting stupid, lazy and entitled????
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Michelle hedman Nov 13
Well it’s official has come back with an approval for 1 year.... The community and one pissed off email did achieve.....
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Janice Cowden 7h
A discussion I’d have loved to be in the room to hear!
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𝓶𝓪𝓭𝓮𝓫𝔂𝓬𝓪𝓵. 17h
💲PAYPA apparel coming soon💲
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april knowles Nov 13
I love my community and friends. has finally approved my friends Ibrance. Thank you everyone!!! It takes a village (although it should just take a prescription from an oncologist).
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Dr. Kelly Shanahan 4h
Update on molecular pathology in ER+
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Enlightening Results 3h
Replying to @stage4kelly
Collaborating with a patient that is newly diagnosed w/ . Any insights would be greatly appreciated
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Angela Galbraith Nov 14
Just made the heartbreaking decision to put my husband in a nursing home. He has rapidly progressing dementia and becoming combative. The guilt and sadness is overwhelming. Thank God I’m responding well to my treatment. I hate and
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Katherine OBrien Nov 13
Knowing I would lose my hair to Abraxane, as other cancer patients advised, I got my hair cut short prior to the 3rd chemo infusion...yes, I got the “Pixie”...which is less a style than a punishment....
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Aziz 8h
Black Pink on the morning news! They are the first Korean artist to appear in a magazine ❤️
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Dr. Kelly Shanahan 3h
Now on to with Laura Biganzoli of 🇮🇹 . Lepto sucks and we need
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Christine Hodgdon Nov 14
Kinda fun watching Dr Fatima Cardoso disagree with re stats in . Was the approval of atezolizumab in the impassion trial due to its statistical significance in PDL1+ TNBC patients & will it have meaningful clinical benefit?
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Christine Hodgdon Nov 14
How to broach the topic w/ young who don’t want to die? Use the “hope for best, prepare for worst” approach. If patient doesn’t want to discuss, let them know you too are scared, but you are open to talking. She was supposed to be here 💔
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Tigerlily Foundation Nov 12
Good Evening! We are happy to be chatting with you today on the topic of and trials. You are definitely a motivating force in this discussion.
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