"Cancer taught me I’m more resilient than I would have believed, it helped make me braver. It also taught me that life cannot be controlled. This made me more able to live in the moment and for the moment and that’s probably not so good for my bank balance but it’s great for my life balance in a way.

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"One of the most important ways a friend supported me was by listening to me as I decided what to do," says Orinda, Calif. writer Victoria Irwin, 57, "Make sure to ask the women you know with breast cancer if they. "It's now the first thing I tell cancer patients I mentor: you need to help people help you.".

I have breast cancer BUT I am not sick!. I know that I am now on the correct path to help myself. Whether this leads me to a long life of health, or whether this gives me 2 or 3 years of health and happiness and then I die of cancer doesn’t matter.. I read your book, Breast Cancer: The.

Approaching someone with breast cancer is difficult.. To those who took the time to wish me well, to write a letter or simply keep me in their thoughts while I was ill, It's not that folk don't feel sympathetic or can't be bothered to help, Now I know that it was done out of love, but at the time it made me.

The Choice to Walk Away From Aromatase Inhibitors. Standard adjuvant therapies after a breast cancer diagnosis often include one or more of the following: chemotherapy, radiation treatments, surgery or long-term medications such as SERMS (selective estrogen receptor modulators). According to an article posted by Breastcancer.org, "Tamoxifen,

Diane Mapes is a staff writer at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. She has written extensively about health issues for NBC News, TODAY, CNN, MSN, Seattle Magazine and other publications. A breast cancer survivor, she also writes the breast cancer blog doublewhammied.com. Reach her at dmapes@fredhutch.org.

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