Trace 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.
Story #1: An odd prohibition due to chemo plus other updates
Description: An odd prohibition due to chemo plus other updates written on 28 April 2010
Story #2: Taxotere Chemo more challenging than Red Devil
Description: Taxotere Chemo has been more challenging than Red Devil Chemo written on 28 May 2010
Story #3: Things have improved + 1 more chemo session to go
Description: Things have improved. Besides, I only have one more chemo session to go. Written on 11 June 2010
Story #4: Greene County, TN Relay for Life on June 18, 2010
Description: I attended the Greene County, TN Relay for Life on June 18th written on 20 June 2010
Story #5: A huge item checked off Medical Do List
Description: A huge item has finally been checked off my Medical Do List for Breast Cancer written on 7 July 2010
Story #6: How to Go Through Taxotere Chemo Session
Description: How to Go Through Taxotere Chemo Session in Harmony and Ease
Should you have breast cancer or some other cancer requiring 4 or 8 chemo sessions, you will most likely be given either a combination of A and C (Adriamycin and Cytoxan) or T (Taxotere) and Benadryl. This is what you can expect when getting Taxotere.
Click to read the article on Associated Content.com.
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