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Radiotherapy 

I was dreading radiotherapy so much mainly due to seeing pics on instagram of bright red skin. Luckily for me I was reassured by three lovely ladies I have made friends with on the Facebook forum. 252 more words

Breast Cancer

Days leading up to my surgery

On Friday, January 27th I met my oncologist. His name is Dr. Higgins from the Credit Valley Hospital. He is very nice. He told me more information from my tumour biopsy that I did not know of.- My cancer is Estrogen positive, Progesterone positive, and HER2 negative. 330 more words

January

Tues. Jan. 24th

We received all my test results. (Blood, Mammogram, MRI)

We met with my surgeon and she went over my results.
My blood levels were normal- so that was good. 249 more words

January

Looking back, moving forward

Hi loves! Where do I start?

These past few months since surgery have been nothing short of exhausting. Coaching, working, getting back into a “normal” routine… scratch that. 502 more words

Free the Nipple

“Humans aren’t afraid of human breasts. It’s the nipple that’s the issue…I’m showing my boobs and no one has a problem because the nipples are covered, so somehow that’s OK. 479 more words

Breast Cancer Awareness

The University of Sussex participated in raising awareness for Breast Cancer by organising their own Pink Week.

They were raising money and awareness by giving out stickers, selling t-shirts, making candy floss and organising other pink themed events. 140 more words

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Surgery day 💚

I’m prepped and waiting. The headaches have been horrible the past week or so but I’m waiting for surgery now to remove the tissue expanders without reconstruction. 7 more words

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