Diagnosed as a result of Breastscreen mammogram, two dcis left breast.
All history now, enjoying being well and happy.
Don't be afraid to ask for help!
Joining the support group one year after my diagnosis opened up my world.
My message is - Always have tests and follow ups that are required, be vigilant but don't let the C word rule your life or the lives around you.
North Launceston Junior Football Club held a great event today- the Inaugural Mothers Day Cup game. The sun shined and the rain and wind stayed away.
The Club President and his committee worked very hard and many people attended. One mum had kindly made padded bright pink pads for the goal posts and the players wore pink socks and kicked the pink Sherrin.
Great catering by the Club and supported by Bakers Delight Mowbray so there were no hungry supporters around.
When I arranged for the Launceston Breast Cancer Rose Garden to become a reality I never dreamt that my dearest wee grand daughter would visit, enjoy and identify with it.
It's in its third flowering now and so fragrant in the Autumn breeze.
~ I am thankful for every day.
200 men and women attended the Ongoing Journey conference put on by the Tasmanian Breast Cancer Network with gratefully accepted guidance and assistance from BCNA.
Maxine, Marita and Daina attended and all who were their have been informed and empowered by what they heard and saw.
The mystery party went well and as well as having fun, some great new friendships have been formed.
tasbreastcancerconference.eventbrite.com.au is where to go to see all about our forthcoming state conference, girls!
Be quick to register because spaces are limited. We have many wonderful professional speakers and a mystery cocktail party on the Saturday.
Come and join us!
we at Tasmanian Breast Cancer Network are wondering if any ladies have been affected by the Tassie fires and could do with some help from us?
Let me know, we are thinking of everyone in the areas so badly damaged and those who are left with so little.