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: Pathology report supports removing 2nd breast wise
Description: Pathology report supports that removing 2nd breast was a wise move written on 16 August 2010
Story #2: Video: How to Empty Mastectomy Drain Bottles
Description: Video Tutorial: How to Empty Mastectomy Drain Bottles After Breast Cancer Surgery
After having a double mastectomy & 10 lymph nodes removed, 3 drain bottles (Jackson/Pratt) got hooked up to my 3 incision areas to drain off blood and pus. Once sent home from the hospital, I had to empty these drains every few hours. Here’s how it works.
Click to watch the video on Associated Content.com.
Story #3: Things that Help Breast Cancer Surgery Recovery
Description: Physical Therapy, Positive Attitude, Prayer, & Passage of Time Helping with Breast Cancer Surgery Recovery written on 12 September 2010
Story #4: Eight Radiation treatments completed – 27 to go
Description: Eight Radiation treatments successfully completed – 27 to go written on 26 September 2010
Story #5: I am now in remission from breast cancer
Description: I am now in remission from breast cancer written on 7 October 2010
Story #6: No more scarves or wig for me!
Description: Check out the photo of Debbie Dunn at Southerland Farms 10-9-2010 Photo taken by Mary Hayes.
This article was written on 22 October 2010.
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