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Friday, November 5, 2010


New Type of Breast Cancer! very important

 Share  this on to all women you know! 

A Lovely gal who worked at the Royal Bank here - died of this kind of breast cancer last year..  She went to the new Doctor here in town - showed the Doctor her symptoms & was given an antibiotic to clear up the rash! It got much worse - so she went to the Doctor I have here - and he had her into Winnipeg that same day - he knew what it was!

Too sad!  

This is so important to every woman you know.

Please share it with everyone you know and particularly those you care about. 

 Kind of Breast Cancer 

New kind of Breast Cancer -
 Please share with all of the women in your lives .. Mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, friends, etc.   

In November, a rare kind of breast cancer was
found. A lady developed a rash on her breast,
similar to that of young mothers who are

Because her mammogram had been clear,
the doctor treated her with antibiotics for
infections. After 2 rounds, it continued to
get worse, so her doctor sent her for
another mammogram. This time it showed
a mass. 

A biopsy found a fast growing malignancy.
Chemo was started in order to shrink the
growth; then a mastectomy was performed;
then a full round of Chemo; then radiation.
After about 9 months of intense treatment,
she was given a clean bill of health.  

She had one year of living each day to its
 Then the cancer returned to the liver
area. She took 4 treatments and decided that
she wanted quality of life, not the after effects
of Chemo. She had 5 great months and she
planned each detail of the final days. After a
few days of needing morphine, she died.
She left this message to be delivered to
women everywhere:  

Women, PLEASE be alert to anything that is not normal, and be persistent in getting help as soon as possible.  

Paget's Disease
: This is a rare form of breast cancer, and is on the outside of the breast, on the nipple and aureole It appeared as a rash, which later became a lesion with a crusty outer edge. I would not have ever suspected it to be breast cancer but it was. My nipple never seemed any different to me, but the rash bothered me, so I went to the doctor for that. Sometimes, it itched and was sore, but other than that it didn't bother me. It was just ugly and a nuisance, and could not be cleared up with all the creams
prescribed by my doctor and dermatologist for the dermatitis on my eyes just prior to this outbreak. They seemed a little concerned but did not warn me it could be cancerous.  

Now, I suspect not many women out there know a lesion or rash on the nipple or aureole can be
 breast cancer. (Mine started out as a single red pimple on the aureole. One of the biggest problems with Paget's disease of the nipple is that the symptoms appear to be harmless.. It is frequently thought to be a skin inflammation or infection, leading to unfortunate delays in detection and care.)    

What are the symptoms?

1. A persistent redness, oozing, and crusting of your nipple causing it to itch and burn (As I stated, mine did not itch or burn much, and had no oozing I was aware of, but it did have a crust along the outer edge on one side.)

2. A sore on your nipple that will not heal. (Mine was on the aureole area with a whitish thick looking area in center of nipple)..

3. Usually only one nipple is effected. How is it diagnosed?

Your doctor will do a physical exam and should suggest having a mammogram of both breasts, done immediately.
Even though the redness, oozing and crusting closely
resemble dermatitis (inflammation of the skin), your doctor should suspect cancer if the sore is only on one breast.

Your doctor should order a biopsy of your sore to confirm what is going on. 

This message should be taken seriously and
passed on to as many of your relatives and
friends as possible; it could save someone's

My breast cancer has spread and metastasized
to my bones after receiving mega doses of
chemotherapy, 28 treatments of radiation and
taking Tamaxofin.. If this had been diagnosed
as breast cancer in the beginning, perhaps it
would not have spread... 


This is sad as women are not aware of Paget's
disease. If, by passing this around, we can make others aware of it and its potential danger, we are helping women everywhere.

Please, if you can, take a moment to share
this message to as many people as possible,
especially to your family and friends. It only
takes a moment, yet the results could save a


Tuesday, November 2, 2010


Microwave water

A 26-year-old guy decided to have a cup of coffee.  He took a cup of water and put it in the microwave to heat it up (something that he had done numerous times before).

I am not sure how long he set the timer for, but he told me he wanted to bring the water to a boil. When the timer shut the microwave oven off, he removed the cup from the oven. As he looked into the cup, he noted that the water was not boiling, but instantly the water in the cup 'blew-up' into his face.

The cup remained intact but the water had flown out into his face due to the build up of energy. His whole face is blistered and he has 1st and 2nd degree burns to his face, which may leave scarring. He also may lose partial sight in his left eye.. While at the hospital, the doctor who was attending to him stated that this is a fairly common occurrence and water (alone) should never be heated in a microwave oven. If water is heated in this manner, something should be placed in the cup to diffuse the energy such as a wooden stir stick, tea bag, etc.  It is however a much safer choice to boil the water in a teakettle.

General Electric's (GE) response:

Thanks for contacting us. I will be happy to assist you. The e-mail that you received is correct. Microwaved water and other liquids do not always bubble when they reach boiling point. They can actually get superheated and not bubble at all. The superheated liquid will bubble up out of the cup when it is moved or when something like a spoon or teabag is put into it. To prevent this from happening and causing injury, do not heat any liquid for more than two minutes per cup.  After heating, let the cup stand in the microwave for thirty seconds before moving it or adding anything into it.