It is a scary thought to think about whether or not you have Cancer or will have cancer and what it will do to you and others. It is a fact we all have to live with.
All of us have probably experienced in some way the devastation cancer leaves behind when our loved ones are finally ready to give up their fight for life.
Like so many of us, I have experienced different types of cancer in my immediate and extended family. My Father, who was my teacher and mentor of everything I know was ripped from me in March of 2014. After having battled stage 4 colorectal cancer in 2003, stage 2 bladder cancer in 2009, was briefly cancer-free at the beginning of 2014. Just a couple of month later my father was sent home from the hospital, because there was nothing else the dr.s could do for him on March 3rd, 2014
IN MEMORY OF BRACELET
Over the course of this year, 2020 over 250 000 women living in the United States will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer, and almost 63000 women will be diagnosed with in situ breast cancer. About 2700 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
Breast Cancer does not stop at any age. If you can share your experience, advice concerns with all of us by leaving a comment that would be greatly appreciated.
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