good luck to everyone with scan results this week.i feel comfortable on this thread as we all seem to be going down the same route with tamox, e/e, eribulin. taxol and on and on.i'd like to give everyone a big pat on the back for being so very brave, every time we try a new treatment we jump off a cliff edge and hope to land safely.big hugs to everyone.
Good luck with Tamoxifen. I must admit it is very odd 'just' having a hormone tablet isnt it? I didnt expect to ever get back to that unintrusive type of treatment. I went onto exemestane after I finished Eribulin last year and it made such a differnce not to have regular blood tests and regular oncology appointments or visits to the chemo ward. It 'failed' after 3 or so cycles although that is now possibly incorrect as the liver lesion that it 'failed' to keep in check was removed in my resection and was shown not to be hormone positive so its possible I can revisit exemestane in future (it did keep everything else stable). I'm now on fulvestrant injections which are every 4 weeks and although a bit more of a faff they are still way easier than the treatments I had been on in the previous 4-5 years. I think we all imagine the treatments will just get worse and worse but I hope we helping other ladies to realise that isnt always the case. Enjoy the freedom!