It’s not easy to say “I have breast cancer“. A few months ago, I was wondering if I would have to say those words and have to absorb them, do something about them and hope to survive to watch my daughter grow up.
I had a mammogram with no problems reported, but later on, some worrisome symptoms occurred. My doctor decided to have the problem checked out with an MRI. It was costly, even with insurance, but worth it for the peace of mind that “Nothing is wrong” gave me.
I plan to follow Robin’s story and not only pray for her well-being, but the well-being of all people who deal with the anxiety and treatment this disease brings.