Why Share My Story Now?

When you receive a diagnosis of cancer, your life changes forever.  From that point on, you are known as the one who has cancer.  Some people deal with it by talking to everyone about every detail.  That just wasn’t me. I remember sitting in my office telling the principal and the principal’s secretary that my…

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I was 47 years old when I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.  How could this be?  Breast cancer did not run in my family and I nursed both of my daughters.  I did not think this would ever happen to me. In all reality, it did.  By the time I was diagnosed, the cancer…

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