Best Review - Top 5 Breast Cancer Journey Tales Part 11 by Healing Seeker


race the saga of Healing Seeker as she travels her Breast Cancer Journey from first discovering the large lump to the diagnosis of having malignant breast cancer to a treatment plan that includes chemo, a double mastectomy, and radiation, to the blessed state of being in remission.

FYI – I was diagnosed with breast cancer on January 7, 2010. I had stage 3A breast cancer. Thankfully, stage 3A is both treatable and curable. I had a Sub Q port implanted in my upper chest. Then I went through 8 rounds of chemo, a double mastectomy, and 35 days of radiation. In addition, I take a low-dosage chemo tablet. This will go on for five years.

I am very happy to report that since the day of my surgery on August 11, 2010, I have been “in remission” or as I prefer to state, “cancer-free.” The low-dosage chemo tablet is simply for preventative purposes to keep the cancer from returning.

When I was first diagnosed, I was determined not to indulge in many pity parties, so to speak. I am very proud to state that I only had nine. I gave myself a time limit so that I would not find myself wallowing in depression or despair.

I also decided that if what I was going through could be helpful to even one other, than my life would be that much more worthwhile. As a result, I started blogging about almost everything I went through having to do with breast cancer.

By reading these articles of what I had to go through, perhaps they may give you a dose of inspiration and encouragement. I wish you all a safe and very healthful and happy day.

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Getting chemo is like being a tourist

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Getting chemo is like being a tourist in a different country

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Chemo Country is getting stranger

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Chemo Country is getting stranger written on 13 February 2010

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Day 11 and Day 12 after Chemo Update

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Day 11 and Day 12 after Chemo Update written on 14 February 2010

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Scalp pain probably a sign of imminent hair loss

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Scalp pain and a feeling of hair being pulled taut probably a sign of imminent hair loss written on 17 February 2010

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Scalded feeling possible chemo side effect

Scalded feeling in mouth, throat, & stomach possible chemo side effect written on 17 February 2010

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Perhaps if you learn from the Breast Cancer Journey traveled by Healing Seeker, you yourself or someone you love will not have to travel that same road yourself. Should you get diagnosed with breast cancer, know that there is a higher road to take full of blessings, the realization of the great power of prayer, a loving support system, and maintaining a positive attitude and a great sense of humor. Many blessings to you all! Healing Seeker aka Debbie

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