Curl up on your couch, (P.J.'s always optional ) with your fave cup of tea, and join the most amazing supportive group of ladies who understand what it's like to have had breast cancer and want to enjoy a healthy future without the fear of getting sick again always following you around.
When it comes to keeping track of cancer, four main categories of statistics are used:
Incidence: How many people have been diagnosed during a specific amount of time
Mortality: How many people die from it
Survival: How many people are alive 5 years after being diagnosed
FACT: You are using products on your face and your body daily that likely contain carcinogens and hormone disrupting chemicals, which are increasing your risk for breast cancer, and other serious diseases and complications!
How can I be so sure?
Because I was and I didn't have a clue. ...
The above picture was taken by my hubby Mike exactly one year ago, August 28, 2018. It was the morning of my Double Mastectomy. My amazing kids traveled up from Florida to Seattle, WA to be with me at the beginning of my Breast Cancer journey and they surprised me by wearing these T-shirts....