Category Archives: Follow-ups

Mammograms: Always on trial

You’d think I’d be used to it by now. That I wouldn’t feel a need to write about it after all this time. But this isn’t the case. And I am not too sure it’s any other survivor’s case either. … Continue reading

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What it feels like to be in the oncology waiting room

My friend Ed recently asked me, “What does it feel like to be in the oncology waiting room?” It was an interesting question. I had seen many doctors in my life, but never a medical oncologist. It feels different to … Continue reading

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Today felt different

You’ve all heard of the saying “seek and you shall find,” right? I thought of this a lot today in relation to me wanting to know everything about my genes and the genetic mutations that might have caused my breast … Continue reading

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A “mouse” moment

Are you ladies ready for this one? Today I go to get my pap test done at my cancer hospital like I usually do, every year. After waiting for one hour in the examination room, my GYN comes in and … Continue reading

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