Last year, in May, we got the news that we didn’t want. My mum had been diagnosed with grade 3 breast cancer. 2 large tumours & it had spread into her lymph nodes. She started chemotherapy on the 9th June so that they could shrink the tumours & then progress onto surgery. Her surgery was carried out on the 19th October & now she is currently having radiotherapy until the 17th January.
I cannot express how terrifying this whole situation was and still is for everyone, especially my mum. But she has made me the most proud daughter for how strong & courageous she has been!
There have been tears (many of) but I can honestly say it changes your outlook on life so much because the journey doesn’t stop once it has been removed. There is still a chance that it could come back but there’s also a chance that it doesn’t.
So hug & tell the ones you love everyday because you don’t know what that person is going through behind closed doors.
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