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Tamoxifen
Hi, I'm Renee
I am a 42 year old female with stage 1 grade 2 breast cancer. I have had a lumpectomy back in July 2019. My lymph nodes where tested and came back negative for having cancer. I have gone through 12 rounds of chemo and 6 weeks of radiation. I’m now taking Tamoxifen daily with little side affects. I’m concerned that with taking Tamoxifen that I may develop another type of cancer. My oncologist ha…   Read more…

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Created May 12, 2014 in Gloria Mayer's resources · Like1
Each year, more than 600,000 women in the United States undergo hysterectomies or fibroid removal surgery for primarily benign conditions. A large number of these procedures are performed using a l... more

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