The research goal was to compare of the metastatic pattern of invasive lobular carcinoma (ILC) and invasive ductal carcinoma (IDC) at both first distant recurrence (FDR) as well as over the entire course of metastatic disease.
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This is what a stoned doggie looks like, several hours later and after a visit to the vet because we thought she had gone blind. Or something.
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Friday, June 23: It’s Savi Scout day.
Because it’s a gorgeous day, I ride the TransAlp into Seattle. I should be done late morning, and I have a dentist appointment in Lynnwood at 3 pm.
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According to the University of Utah, more than 2.8 million women need cancer surgery every year in the United States.
A lumpectomy is breast conserving surgery, where surgeons remove only the tumor and some surrounding tissue.
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Light at the end of the prednisone tunnel! Mike saw Dr. O today … and he won’t see him again for THREE MONTHS!
Fingers crossed that in two months the joint pain is gone.