This is a sponsored post on behalf of Texas Oncology about my experience as a young breast cancer survivor and the impact of community-based cancer care in Austin, Texas. When I Became a Young Breast Cancer Survivor September 25, 2009: That’s a date I will never forget. Nine years ago, I got ... Read More about 9 Years as a Cancer Survivor in Austin, Texas!
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When you are diagnosed with cancer, you go through a range of emotions. No matter how long it has been since diagnosis, it's important to understand how to thrive and overcome challenges in the fight against cancer. Throughout the year, Texas Oncology holds Survive and Thrive Symposiums to help ... Read More about Public Speaking at a Conference: Telling Your Story #publicspeaker #breastcancersurvivor
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Texas Oncology about the advancements in cancer care and how to support someone with cancer. Two of my paternal aunts had breast cancer years ago. One of my aunts had cancer in the 1970s and the other in the 1980s. At that time, my family knew nothing about ... Read More about Advances in Cancer Technology and How to Support a Cancer Patient
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Texas Oncology about my involvement in local Austin organizations serving cancer patients and survivors, as well as how people can get involved and make an impact. Why You Need a Good Support System When you face a major challenge in life, it is so important ... Read More about Benefits of Austin Local Support Groups and Organizations for Cancer Patients
Today, I met with my oncologist and also had my after chemo blood test. I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I'm officially done with chemo. What happens when you are done with chemo? The doctor seemed really positive about everything. The blood test results were good. ... Read More about Breast Cancer Update – Done with Chemo & Appointment with the Oncologist