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Thank you all for your input.  At least she knows she's not just "feeling" things, that the pain is real and probably related to the treatment.  We hadn't really though about it being the chemo, just assumed it to be neupogen.  But it sounds more like taxol type stuff.
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Hi Pete,
 
My wife, Susan, finished chemo last February and started having intermitent pain in her shoulders in November. We had recent appointments with her PCP, surgeon, and oncologist and they all said it was nothing to worry about since it was in both shoulders and not constant. Susan took Neulasta shots when she was on AC.
 
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Edited by TNinTN - Jan 03 2012 at 3:29pm
Wife age 53@dx TN IDC Stage IIA 7/10; BRCA1&2 Neg; BROCA Neg; LN Neg; taxol+cisplatin+/-RAD001x12(clinical trial); lumpectomy 12/10;ACx4; 33 Rads complete 4/11; NED 5/5/11
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Dear Denise,

I was searching for articles about treatment for a woman with TNBC and came across this thread.

Mom and Grandma below posted the abstract and Denise I am wondering, with all due respect and love, why this study is pertinent to our TNBC community when almost 80% of the women studied had HR+ or HER2neu+ tumors.

Did the remaining women studied have TNBC?

thanks, Denise if you can elaborate...canít find the info in the abstract.

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Edited by steve - Jan 29 2012 at 7:49pm
I am a BRCA1+ grandson, son and father of women affected by breast/oc-my daughter inherited mutation from me, and at 36, was dx 2004 TNBC I am a volunteer patient advocate with SAGE Patient Advocates
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dx 7/08 TN 14x6.5x5.5 cm tumor

3 Lymph nodes involved, Taxol/Sunitab+AC, 5/09 dbl masectomy, path 2mm tumor removed, lymphs all clear, RAD 32 finished 9/11/09. 9/28 CT clear 10/18/10 CT clear
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Bumping for new members
DX IDC TNBC 6/09 age 49, Stage 1,Grade 3, 1.5cm,0/5Nodes,KI-67 48%,BRCA-,6/09bi-mx, recon, T/C X4(9/09)
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