Archive for the ‘Stage II’ Category

My Cancer Journey Begins Now

So far, my cancer journey has been pretty easy. I’ve just gone to some appointments to meet with the members of my new healthcare team which includes a breast surgeon, oncologist and breast navigator Read the rest of this entry »

Mastectomy Or Not…That Is The Question

It’s not like I go around flashing my bare breasts around for the world to see. For the most part, that part of my body is covered up with clothing and the appropriate Read the rest of this entry »

Diagnosis Breast Cancer: A Young Patient’s Story

Sunday, May 23, at 6:13 p.m., at age 36, was the day that I learned that I have breast cancer. I became an official grown up at that very moment. I knew that this diagnosis could be a possibility, as the Read the rest of this entry »

How I Masked The Effects Of Chemotherapy At Work

I went through chemotherapy for breast cancer in the Spring through Summer of 2007.  By choice and necessity, I worked during treatment, missing a couple of days here and there for transfusions Read the rest of this entry »