Good morning to all you lovely ladies.
I just wanted to say, I've been on this forum for a long while now and wanted to let others, especially new members, know that there is always hope.
When I was first diagnosed almost 9 years ago to the day there was chemo treatment and the usual surgery but I was never offered BRCA tests or aftercare treatments as there are today. Therefore, going forward there could be all sorts of new developments round the corner to help. There is always hope.
I did get a BRCA test later down the line when I asked for one and I did have the faulty gene so that has helped my family. If I hadn't have asked for it I would never have known.
Anyway, I do hope you are all as well as you can be and don't forget. We're here for you and there's always hope. I used to say, if records show a 100% no survival rate, that I would survive and make the statistics change to 99.9%. (My maths if hopeless).
Best wishes to you all, Zena xx