Tag Archives: HER2

Exhale

Remember the oncology suite in a certain unnamed hospital in New York City? I still can’t get over how accurate that is.  Well, since I fired my oncologist due to the uncomfortable fit and horrific public service in the unit, … Continue reading

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FISH

  Good news for the end of a stressful week: FISH is negative.  You can’t write more than that. Suck it, Herceptin!

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GET OUT!

People think that when you live in New York City, everything happens fast; most of the time that is true.  You have to work fast, think fast, and move fast.  Except if you are in a restaurant or ordering fast … Continue reading

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The Death Star

I learned that my tumor was 99% loaded with estrogen.  Nasty little bugger.  Feeding on MY hormones in order to try to kill me.  Cancer cells are stupid.  Sure, feed on my hormones.  Then I die and then there’s no … Continue reading

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