Treatment Plan

Step #1: Dose-dense (every other week) chemotherapy of Adriamycin and Cytoxan (four rounds)
Status: DONE! (March-April 2013)

Step #2: Take a break from chemo to have our baby
Status: DONE! (May 2013)

Step #3: Dose-dense (every other week) chemotherapy of Taxol  (four rounds)
Status: DONE! (June-July 2013)

Step #4: Double mastectomy with removal some of axillary lymph nodes 
Status: DONE! (August 6, 2013)

Step #5:  Radiation for 6 weeks
Status: DONE! (October-November 2013)

Step #6: Reconstructive surgery
Status: Done (May 2014)

Step #7: Enter "cancer survivor" status for life
Status: Pretty much DONE!

Through out: 150 oz a day of Kangen water, low-sugar diet, high-vegetable diet, alkaline diet, food from "The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen", omega 3s, vitamin D, turmeric, 30 mins of exercise a day 5x a week, yoga, meditation, prayer. 

4 comments:

  1. Keep fighting girl!! Thinking of you. I was pregnant when I was dx also. I am triple positive breast cancer. But I lost my baby :( praying for you and your new bundle of joy to come
    Xo

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  2. I am celebrating 5 1/2 years as a triple negative breast cancer survivor!! I had the same chemo treatment you did as far as the A/C drugs. I didn't have the taxol. I also had a lumpectomy and 48 radiation treatments. If you have any questions at all you can email me at cherlilly12@yahoo.com
    There are lots of us triple negative survivors out there!!! You will be one of them!
    God Bless you and your new baby that should be arriving soon!
    Cheryl

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  3. I'm glad my husband found your blog. I was recently (3/31/14) diagnosed with breast cancer at 35 years old and also 7 weeks pregnant. I too am triple negative and just had my lumpectomy last week. I know chemo is in my near future and radiation to follow after I deliver. Your blog has given me hope and comfort knowing that I am not alone.

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