Discussions relating to primary breast cancer and treatment. Also for those recently diagnosed, and for those concerned about possible symptoms of breast cancer.
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Re: Reconnecting

Postby erint » Thu Apr 09, 2020 12:33 am

Hi Kerrie
Sorry tk hear you might be going through all this again. While I didn't have my treatment through the RAH, my surgeon works there and I know she still consults there (actually she is currently the acting dept head) You asked about this a couple of weeks ago but just in case - here's a link to the Web page - the RAH still has a dedicated clinic. ... iple+sites
Take care, especially witb everything else that's going on at the moment.

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Re: Reconnecting

Postby Janette » Sat Mar 28, 2020 1:53 pm

Hi Kerri
Im sorry but the forum is very quiet these days and I can't answer your questions. All the best I hope things go well for you.

Dx LCIS Dec 1997, Dx IDC, DCIS, bilateral LCIS Oct 2005 er+pr+her2-
Bilateral Mastectomies, expanders and silicone implants

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Postby kerri » Sat Mar 07, 2020 2:30 am

Hello pink ladies,
I haven't been here for a few years. Nice to be back.
I used to go to the Women's Health Centre at the old Royal Adelaide Hospital. Does the clinic still exist in the new hospital & do the former breast care nurses still work there? There was a really nice breast care nurse in charge of the centre who's 1st name was Judy.
I'm asking as I'm probably going to be needing to go there again.
kerri (^_^)
dxd '07 age 36 with stg 2 grd 2, prog & est+ receptor 3cm. IDC, no node involvement, lumpectomy, rads & Tamox.
Strong family history of bc including my Mum who was dxd 2 months before me.
In 2007 I had a risk reducing oophorectomy and in 2010 had mast. & lat. dorsi recon..

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