11 Things No One Tells You About Breast Cancer



6. You have a friend fighting cancer and you don’t know how to deal with it? It’s ok. Start by asking how you can help.

“If you want to help someone with breast cancer, bring them a meal to freeze. Drive the kids to school, or offer to drive them to treatments and sit through them with them. Give money to the actual family in need. Babysit. Tidy up the house or the garden. Wash their car. Help with the little things that seem less important at the time. I appreciated it more than any dumb pink ribbon.”


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  1. Breast Cancer, if it is Triple Negative, is in no way any sort of “good cancer” (not that there really is any “good cancer”. But TNBC, at this point in history, is always deadly if metastatic, and it is absurd that research is so behind the curve on the one “bad” breast cancer, TNBC. But many things in treatment of other hormone positive breast cancers are outmoded, haven’t progressed in over 30 years and are unnecessarily mutilating and debilitating women in many cases. Look on Komen and see what the percentage of improvement in survival is with chemotherapy vs without for all types of BC–4%! Factor out the TNBC patients (about 50% of whom respond to chemotherapy), and the rest of hormone positive patients, excepting HER2 perhaps, don’t receive any benefit, except reducing the inflammatory reaction around the tumor perhaps. Much NEW analysis of how the breast cancers are approached must be swiftly addressed. This can be done in no time with a computerized data base for all breast cancer patients to centralize outcomes, morbidity, treatment approach utilized. Then we can make real changes in the management of the different types of disease to minimize surgical mutilation and the use of toxic chemotherapeutic agents that result in nasty side effects and weakening of the patient, and see improvement in saving the lives of hundreds of thousands of women.

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