Hi Miss Reena, cancer certainly does change one's perspective on things, one isn't as petty but also I get annoyed by others being petty too. Anyhow it's great that more time is marching on for you since your last chemo session and thus more time to be recovering and hopefully starting to feel healthy and energetic again.
I'm enjoying my newly acquired PJ's!!!
Take care Deejay
hi there Im carolyn and Im 35 on jan 11 which is my birthday i was diagnosed with suspected breast cancer I am in the aus cap territory i have had the mammogrAm and the ultrasound and i am seeing a surgeon but my doc is quite biased and told me that there was nothing wrong with me
and yet my symtoms started because i was bleeding from both breasts
and swelling is there and the weight loss .i have written a diary called my journey and I am seeing a psychologist but
any way that is my story
i had the biopsy done too they couldnt find it
mean while im getting worse
but im coping with my psychologists help its hard because i have an intellectuall disability and i have a mum who is ill too
Cancer Council NSW would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work.We would also like to pay respect to elders past and present and extend that respect to all other Aboriginal people.