I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014. I invite you to join me on my cancer journey as I share my experiences and the messages I received along the way about life and living.All posts from Nina
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Women are repeatedly told that early detection of cancer is important and that we should have regularly scheduled mammograms. What if, instead of looking for what has already gone very wrong, we had regularly scheduled checkups that helped us to make holistic course corrections in our overall health? What a concept, right! Let’s use the analogy of your car. You take it in for regular maintenance and checkups, right? You[…]Read More
It was the beginning of April 2014 and I was being fast tracked in for a mammogram. Now who doesn’t like a good mammogram? Your breast is pulled away from your body and flattened between two cold plates! What fun! Uncomfortable to say the least. For women with dense breast tissue like myself, the procedure is quite painful. I always think to myself, how can this be good for me[…]Read More
There is an old familiar saying “Laughter is the best medicine.” I am living proof. Journey with me back to 2006. The first time I had a cancer diagnosis. My specialist at the time, had recommended that I go to Vancouver for my hysterectomy. There was a so-called “expert” in town that was performing laparoscopic hysterectomies and she thought that, at my young age, I would be a good candidate.[…]Read More
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