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By Patients for Patients – A Pathology Guide for Breast Cancer Patients

Aaak – I can’t believe I forgot to post here that the first edition of the Patient Friendly Guide to Pathology Reports was published in April. Huge thanks to BC Cancer for their support throughout the creation and design of … Continue reading

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Biopsies and Frozen Peas

A needle core biopsy is actually a pretty cool thing. It would be much more cool if it was happening to someone else, but this was mine and I was interested in exactly how it worked. I hadn’t planned to … Continue reading

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Why Do They Do So Many Freakin Tests?

The Difference Between ‘Ready, Fire, Aim’ and Accuracy So, now I had a lump that  was deemed suspicious and worthy of a needle core biopsy. At this point I’m still not overly concerned – I’d been through two previous biopsies … Continue reading

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