You and your wife are in my prayers.
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Been there, done that. Had my own scare. Helped two friends through theirs. I am batting three for three. I am sure it will all be fine. Prayers sent.
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You and your wife are in my prayers.
Prayers sent for a benign biopsy result. Hang in there, we're all behind you.
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You and Cathy are on the top of the list for me and Nancy. Nancy has had many call backs over the years, and while always unnerving, they have always been resolved quickly as non-issues. Anyway, you're in our thoughts.
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Prayers sent for the both of you.
100% on our prayers!!!
God bless you both!!!!
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Prayers sent. God bless you during this unnerving time.
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Prayers sent, but stay calm and don't panic. Here's some good news for you to ease the stress a little:
My mother was diagnosed at age 42. They caught it VERY early, and all she had was a lymph node under her armpit removed. Then radiation and chemo. Light chemo. She never threw up or lost a single hair on her head with it, was just tired most of the time, but not exhausted. It's been 15 years now and she's still cancer-free.
They found "something" on my best friend (who is in her 50's) and she's actually in surgery today after the needle biopsy last month. I don't know the exact details, but it will be a few surgeries,including something reconstructive at the end, but they caught it in time and they said she won't even need to get the chemo or radiation!
They found "something" on MY mammogram about 5 years ago, when I was only 28 (had to go in for early detection screening because of family history) and it freaked me out! Had to go in for an ultrasound right away, and it turns out it was literally nothing. Though I'm pretty sure I started getting gray hair THAT day.
So there you have three happy-outcome stories that all started where your wife is now. Try to just think of the best and not worry too hard. I'll pray that we can add her as a fourth happy-outcome story right away!
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Prayers and thoughts going out for her.
Prayers sent... You're on my DC list...We're all with you...
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Prayers sent Dude!
Been there, done that! Wife had BC 5 years ago, they got it real early so now, one breast short, she is still here and they considder her "cured" after 5 years. It was tough on both of us, her most of all, and I too do not know what I would do without her.
Chin up, and be strong, for her.
Your wife will be in our prayers. Best advise, take it one step at a time. Many false alarms occur with diagnostic testing. Always get second or sometimes third opinons if you feel unsure about something.
My wife has gone through breast cancer twice. We are seasoned veterans. After two bouts she is still very healthy, and still cancer free after 5 years. We enjoy life, to the fullest, one day at a time.
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My sister-in-law just went through the exact same scenario, and it turned out to be a non-issue. We'll lift you and your wife in prayer. Trust in Him.
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