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first haircut after chemo

Here's today's photo after my haircut, first cut after chemo, chemo ended Sep 18

 

first haircut after chemo
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pre haircut photo

Here's my hair 10 months after last haircut, 8 months after last chemo.

pre haircut photo

cervical cancer after treatment side effects?

Hi!  I am a 33 y/o woman.  I was diagnosed with cervical cancer in July of 2014.  I went through chemotherapy and external and internal radiation.  I finished in september.  I was then told in December, after my PET scan, that there was NO more cancer!!  Yay!!!  However, I went to the radiation oncologist today, and he was unable to see anything because I may have adhesions, and that I may have to have them removed?   So now he referred me back to my GYN oncologist to see how to have them removed?   Has this happened to anyone else?&nbs

GoGoMN Story

I have a strong faith, a beautiful family; husband, daughters, granddaughters. On my 39th wedding anniversary Dec. 6 2014, I discovered a lump in my right axillary. Two days later my doctor found a second lump (right breast). Two days later the biopsy revealed I had breast cancer that had spread to the axillary lymph nodes. Invasive ductile carcinoma, stage 2A, grade 3, triple negative.

The beauty within every cancer survivor!

It is easy to feel unattractive and  less than our best due to the drastic changes that cancer and/or treatment cause in our appearance! My drastic appearance change was losing between 35-45 pounds after being diagnosed! For many people it is about losing their hair due to chemotherapy. I am here to tell everyone that we are all strong, courageous, and beautiful from the inside out! This inner beauty is better than any part of our outward appearance! Don't ever let anyone make you think any differently! Let your strength shine through always!

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A day at the races

A day at the races
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posing

posing
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egret ballet

egret ballet
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Andthisizmylife

CANCER SUCKS!** I recently had a PBM  due to having BRCA2+ and have been learning more and more as I go about the breast and ovarian cancer gene. At first I was really nervous about all of my friends and the world to know, but now I am moving past that and sharing my story and journey.

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Please don't take my sunshine away...

Please don't take my sunshine away...
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