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|LCIS - Lobular Carcinoma In Situ
Questions about lobular carcinoma in situ.
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|3/16/2011||Hi Lillie,Diagnosed with LCIS in Jan of 2011. My next scheduled appointment is in July for a six month follow up. In Feb I came to John Hopkins for a second opinion.I have the number to call to transfer my care to John Hopkins. When I call, what all appointments do I need to make for the transfer of care and my six month follow up in July? Thanks for your help.|
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|3/16/2011||We are honored that you are entrusting us with your care! I'm not sure who you consulted with initially, but simply call the number provided and they will know with whom, and for what to schedule. Best wishes.|
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