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I was told I have cancer in my left breast my left arm pit my left shoulder my liver and my spinal and it's abrasive what are my chances of living and fighting this

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Learning About Breast Cancer over 4 years
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  • Mimi Carroll Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Are you other wise in good health? Statistics are not good for stage four cancer. U C SF told me the average is three years. That of course means Some won't make it to three years and some will make it way past three years. It depends on how long drugs can keep it from growing. When one drug stops another is then used. You can have good quality of life and in reality none knows if you are the one who will make it ten years!
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  • Karen G Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 2A Patient
    Stage 4 I was told is treated like a Chronic disease now. It is not curable but you still have the possibility of remission and still have the possibility to live for years. That is how I am looking at it anyway.
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  • Trisha Muller Quinn Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2014
    Oh my goodness ... You poor thing. ... After the shock of finding out all this information.. You need to make a plan .. You need to sit down with your oncology doctor and work out what do we deal with first( chemo or surgery ) and then what's next on the list ..... Till one by one all your problems are just a hiccup on your life's path !! Don't be afraid to ask questions and for help !! Everyone on this site will offered their wisdom , knowledge and support , love ... to you and your family.. Even from Australia
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  • Michele Schultz Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Also keep in mind that God has your best interests in mind.
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