Our personal stories help to raise awareness of lobular breast cancer and help us feel less alone as we share our experiences.
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“I had Lobular that was totally clear on the mammogram and the ultrasound. Also I had it in my lymph nodes which was not detected. Quite shocking when it was 8cm x 7cm” Vikki Groom, single mum of girls Dacey and Lucia, had just started a new job when she was diagnosed...
Caroline Streatfield, who was diagnosed with lobular breast cancer in October 2021, shares her experiences of taking abemaciclib (Verzenio), newly approved by the National institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Following the results of the MonarchE trial,...