Hx breast ca bilateral mastectomy 2 years ago w/chemo, total hysterectomy with ovaries and cervix removed. What vitamins/supplements should I be taking?

Healthy diet . In my opinion, a healthy, balanced diet is far more important than taking extra vitamins and supplements. If you have concerns about the adequacy of your dietary intake, there are a number of excellent daily multivitamin products that assure that you meet your daily requirements. .

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I am on tamoxifen after breast cancer treatment and bilateral mastectomy and now a complete hysterectomy. How much soy in my diet is safe?

Avoid! It is better to avoid any soy concentrates or it's products in u r situation, ! Read more...
Soy is fine in mod. We don't have great data on the effects of soy (and phytoestrogens) on breast cancer. We believe that they act like weak Estrogens and may mimic the effects of tamoxifen (thus reducing risk) but in high doses could have negative effects. So it should be safe to eat some soy but avoid large amounts, like in supplements or shakes, etc. Read more...

Mom was at stage 4 breast cancer, done w chemo and double mastectomy, healing for radiation. Natural supplements that will fight or stop/slow spread?

Unknown. Good question, but answer is not clear as far as i know. Consider a multivitamin and/or calcium + vitamin d supplement with a healthy diet. Would avoid any types of hormonal supplements and strongly recommend she discontinue smoking. During radiotherapy, avoid high dose/potency antioxidants. Read more...
Healthy eating/exerc. Natural supplements that i would recommend are the daily and ample use plant based foods instead of animal based foods(fats and meats). Encourage her to eat veggies and fruits with each meal...These together should constutute half of her plate of food...This is a good guideline. Daily exercise in the form of walking is also important..Aim for a minimum of 30 minutes, on at least on 5 days a week. Read more...

What is survivor rate for female, age 29, that has had breast cancer two years ago? .Had chemo, double mastectomy, and radiation. She has the brac 1 gene

Prognosis. Prognosis of the breast cancer will depend on the stage of the cancer, the biology of the cancer and treatment received. What is the stage? And what is the molecular type of cancer? Er/pr/her2neu? Also with brca 1 her risk to have ovarian cancer will be significant. It is recommended for her also to have both ovaries, tubes and uterus removed to prevent ovarian cancer. Close surveillance is needed. Read more...

Can male breast cancer reoccur in the thyroid after 8 years of mastectomy, radiotherapy and chemotherapy?

Less likely. The thyroid would be an unusual spot for breast cancer to spread. More common sites would be bone, liver, lung and brain. But with cancer, anything is possible. If there is a nodule on the thyroid the best thing to do would be an ultrasound guided biopsy if it looks concerning. Read more...
Yes. Male breast cancer often goes undetected until tumors have been present for a long time and though it would be unusual to recur in the throid your description suggests this was an aggressive breast cancer when first discovered. That would make late metastasis much more likely. Read more...

Could male breast cancer reoccur in the thyroid after eight years of mastectomy, radiotherapy and chemotherapy?

Possible ??? This would be an unusual place for recurrence of male breast cancer to recur. Often ct scans or other studies will show a lesion in the thyroid that is unrelated. I would check with my oncologist. Read more...

General question. What is the 5 year. Survival of non-metastasised breast cancer if you only had a double mastectomy and no chemo and no radiation?

Depends. Not enough information. Depends on tnm staging. Treatment decisions based on that as well as biomarkers - er, pr, her2/neu. The absolute risk reduction provided by chemotherapy and/or hormonal therapy can then be individualized. On useful online tool is adjuvant! online. That assumes adequate local control - eg surgery +/- radiation. Read more...

I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000 I had radical bilateral mastectomy chemo and radiation I had metastasis to the rib in 2006 and 2010 recent biopsy of lymph nodes on the left upper chest near my clavicle and neck showed adenocarcinoma what treatm

Chemo and/or radiati. Your case is too complicated for a simple answer. You need to be in a cancer center where your treatment can be tailored to what your specific case requires. Sorry i can't provide more info. Read more...
Many options. I agree with the other answer: need more information. You may need hormonal, chemo and/or biologic treatment. Many good chances to get better. Good luck! Read more...