Let’s start with an introduction. Tell us a little about you, your family and your life.
When and how did you discover you had breast cancer?
Is there a family history of breast cancer?
Describe the process of telling your family and others about your diagnosis.
"I turned to my faith totally. I felt that I alone couldn’t save me, my doctors alone couldn’t save me. I had to rely on my savior. I believe my faith played a huge role in my recovery."
How would you describe your journey with breast cancer?
So, from the treatment I received, the approach I chose in telling others, the entire experience taught me how courageous I could be through the healing process. At the same time, a close friend was there with me. She had a friend going through the same fight and sadly she passed away in the middle of my treatment phase. That reality brought me to a dark place that I didn’t want to think about. I turned to my faith totally. I felt I alone couldn’t save me, my doctors alone couldn’t save me. I had to rely on my savior. I believe my faith played a huge role in my recovery.
How did you garner support during this challenging time?
Who was your greatest source of support?
Are there any misconceptions or false facts about Breast Cancer you would like to share with us?
Do you have any “must have” resources to share with other Breast Cancer fighters and survivors?
What advice would you give to someone newly diagnosed?