Can we use gene therapy for breast cancer? Do we know what gene breast cancer is even on. What I found out was – Breast cancer does not travel on a gene it is not hereditary. Breast cancer is a mutation in the cells of breast tissue which causes the cells to reproduce rapidly. This mutation can move into your lymphatic system and move throughout your body. There is not a gene therapy however there is a hormone therapy that in any cases can be used instead of chemo. The hormone therapy will not make you as sick as chemo does and will not cause as much fatigue. Also with the hormone therapy you will not loose your hair.
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I am 58, have stage 1 breast cancer. I had surgery, but they decided I didn’t need chemotherapy or anything else. Is my cancer cured? I am 58, er, and pr negative. I am her2 positive. My doctor recommded no treatment due to tumor size of 2ml. I had surgery already. Well, I have your answer right here. Your stage 1 status means your tumor was small and no cancer was detected in nearby structures including the lymph nodes. The surgery removed the visible tumor. However, it is impossible to know whether small numbers of cancer cells may have traveled to other parts of your body. You may wish to seek a second opinion, because there is significant risk by not having chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is extremely effective at destroying cancer cells which may have traveled in small numbers across your body. Chemotherapy is a system-wide cancer killer. Not having chemo is quite risky. You also need long-term follow-on medications based upon whether your breast cancer was estrogen receptor positive and HER2 positive. Tamoxifen and Herceptin are the drugs of choice in these cases. Get a second opinion.
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I’m 13 and sometimes after or during my period my breasts start to hurt a little, but not always. I began to worry and told my mom (I was sooo embarrassed to tell her), she said girls my age cannot get breast cancer. I read over the world wide web any girl can get breast cancer at any age, it is just rarely for teen girls to get it. I understand I’m developing and sometimes lumps appear and they’re not always a cancer tumor. I’m sort of worried because my dad died of esophageal cancer and my aunt of mouth cancer, both were japanese (I’m half japanese) and there are like more cancer risks there because of a bomb in World War II. . Something like that, I’m not sure. As far as I know, my dad and aunt are the only ones who died of cancer. I don’t want to die of cancer because I have dreams I want to accomplish and I want to fight for them, I’m scared. . I just don’t want to. I hope you answer these questions: What are the possibilities of 13-year-olds getting breast cancer? What are breast cancer symptoms? Are there more chances of surviving breast cancer for teen girls. Essentially — Listen to your mother, she knows what she’s talking about. Whoever told you that any girl can get breast cancer at any age did NOT know what they were talking about. The chances of a 13 year old getting breast cancer are statistically zero. If it happened her case would make international news, and would be written up in medical journals worldwide. If she had breast cancer in both breasts her case would cause even more of a stir, as the chances of that happening are, if it were possible, even smaller. Breast pain before your period is normal – it happens to most females at some time or other. On the other hand, pain is very rarely a symptom of breast cancer; most people diagnosed with breast cancer have felt no pain at all. You know, when I was diagnosed with breast cancer I was classed as a ‘younger woman’. Know why? Because I was only 50 – yes, fifty – which is still pretty young for breast cancer. 80% of women diagnosed with it are over 50, only 5% are under 40, fewer than 0. 1% are under 30 and it’s almost unheard of in under 25s – let alone young teens. Don’t worry about breast cancer symptoms; you don’t have it. If you don’t believe your mother (and you should), talk to your school nurse. She will be used to girls having worries like this and will be able to reassure you that you don’t have breast cancer. Your dad’s and aunt’s cancers do not increase your risk of breast cancer. Cancer is hardly ever hereditary (less than 10% of all cases, and even less likely to be hereditary when diagnosed after the age of 50). And when it is hereditary, it is the same type of cancer. Several family members having had different types of cancer is not hereditary
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My best friend has breast cancer and definitely needs chemotherapy ? Before they do anything else. They said neoadjunct therapy. I want to be very helpful and supportive of her because she was just divorced and doesnt have a lot of family and we been lifelong best friends. I don’t even mind doing nurse duties for her but how sick does chemo make woman ? We are both in our 30’s and this is sad. I don’t know what stage her cancer is yet. She is still in tests for staging. Do you know what I found? My boyfriend had chemo, and I know it is very hard. He was so sick, it was horrible. He would have no energy and he would lie in his bed all day long and watch movies. Chemo makes you vomit a lot, lack of energy and it just takes up all your energy. Just be there for her to talk to, and just be a shoulder for her to cry on and I am sure she would appreciate it. Maybe watch a movie with her , something to try and change her mind. Best of luck to your friend.