Breast Cancer Awareness
The Pain Behind the Pain
Most women thought that they would never be the ones to tell a cancer survival story and some on the other hand never believed that they would even be alive to talk about it.
Over 200,000 women in the U.S alone and over 20,000 in Canada, have the terrible news of hearing that they have breast cancer. And many of these women don’t only go through the physical torture of this diffusive disease—along comes the fatigue of being in an emotional turmoil of living in a body that may be dying.
Your husband, your children, your parents; sisters; brothers, will most likely be going through this chaotic time with you—some more than others. From constant hospital visits to therapy rooms to being in bed for the longest hours of your life, not being able to do the things that you did so easily and impressively and largely not being able to be there for the people you love and care about.
Battles have been won and some lost for those who have and are still experiencing these cancer wars, whether it is directly or indirectly. Many still have hope of finding solutions. Bizymoms.com has helped many women with whatever information it is they may be seeking, and a panel of cancer experts; women, wives, mothers; are waiting to share their expertise and stories while learning about yours.
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