I just want to thank everyone who gave me advice and told me what to expect with my mom who was told she had breast cancer the frist of June. She had a bone and pic scan and they both came back clear of cancer. She had the breast removed and had a port put in last Friday. She will start 18 weeks of the hardest chemo and than do 6 weeks of radation and vise versa. She did have some gene test done and it came back postive and will have to take another treatment with this for a year. The doctors said she will have more time now with her grandchildren when she is done with all of this. Right now she is feeling fine just tired. So again a huge thank you to all of you and may God bless all of you.
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