Mammary gland at 40x under lab microscope (Accessed July 2016) © MicroscopeWorld 2015 Beginning with this post, we will be following the progress of my friend Diane, who is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer and has generously agreed to tell her story. Along the way, we will provide reliable information and resources to help others… Continue reading Diane’s Story – Breast Cancer: Part 1–Chemotherapy
Tag: Selective Estrogen-Receptor Modulator (SERM)
My Story – Osteopenia: What’s bone loss got to do with uterine cancer?
DEXA (Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry) Scan In the August 13, 2014 post, I discussed the second colposcopy and repeat Pap test I’d had the day before. My doctor, concerned about my ongoing vaginal discharge and previous Pap result showing abnormal glandular cells of undetermined significance (AGUS), said he might put me on an estrogen… Continue reading My Story – Osteopenia: What’s bone loss got to do with uterine cancer?