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|3/19/2011||hi iam 37 year old female, i had whats called breast conservative treatment and sentile node biopsy and it revealedL: IDC G2 1.2 cm er - pr- Her2 Neu +3 1 node removed negative for cancer what is my best treatment will be.thank you|
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|3/19/2011||There are several treatment options. the next step for you now is to meet with a breast medical oncologist to determine what systemic treatment in the form of medicines may be recommended. hormonal therapy will not be recommended since tumor was hormone negative for estrogen and progesterone. you are young. chemo with herceptin might be considered. there are several regimens of possibilities so proceed on with a breast medical oncologist. if in our area feel free to com to us. medical oncology referral office line is 410-955-8964.|
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