Cancer free. Or so they tell me. I hardly enjoy the mamography process but afterwards I experienced tears of relief. That I didn't have to go in for another 6 months, and, more importantly, that the pathologist found no evidence of abnormal cell structure in the readout.
Get yourself checked regularly. The technician said that a contributing factor to Elizabeth Edwards' Stage IV diagnosis was that she had neglected to get the recommended 6 month check ups for two years. If they GET all the cancer the first time, then reoccurance could happen ANY time. But if they MISS some, the recurrence is much more likely to happen within the first five years. And the sooner you find it, the smaller it is, the less distance it has traveled, and the more likely that medical treatment can stop it in its tracks.