Fantastic!! I would think this would be so helpful to other patients. You have many, many great points. Well done.
Marcia Browne, M.D.
Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center
What does a woman think when the radiologist tells her that her mammogram looks suspicious and refers her to a surgeon?
What does a woman do when a medical specialist uses terms she doesn’t understand?
What are laymen’s terms for medical words used in reference to breast cancer?
What can a woman do to help herself after a diagnosis of “infiltrating breast cancer”?
After a diagnosis of infiltrating breast cancer Andrea did a great deal of research to find answers to these and many other questions. It is her hope that BREAST CANCER ? will help women have an easier journey than she did after hearing the terrifying words, “You have breast cancer”. This is her story from the process of diagnosis and treatment to being five years cancer-free.