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Saturday, July 11, 2009

Good News!

For those of you who don't know, my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer in May of 2007. After surgery and natural treatment, she was deemed cancer free about a year ago. This past month she under went genetic testing to find out if her cancer was genetic. She received the results of her tests yesterday and her cancer was found to not have a genetic link! That is great news for my sister and I, and our daughters! While my sister and I will have to start having mamograms at an earlier age than most, just because of the fact that my mom had breast cancer before the age of 50, we won't have to start super-early(like, this year, for me), or have them as often as we would have had to if her cancer had been genetic. For those of you who know both my mom and I, I thought that you might be interested in this bit of information.


Amanda Hoyt said...

That is great news!
Praise God!

Michael Paine said...

This is great for more than two reasons but two that are greatly beneficial one it lowers your risk level which is great and second it is great for her medical insurance situation. without that marker it will make insurance companies more likely to cover her.