To beat the odds, one with great courage and strength, a true inspiration
Cameron was randomly throwing up for a few months and it was becoming more and more frequent.
In 2011 I found a little lump on my left leg. I made an appointment with my primary Dr. and I was sent home and told not to worry about it.
I'm a 2-time survivor!!! I know and learned twice that cancer can NOT win!!
In February 2018, my world was turned upside down I was told I had Stage III Meningioma.
In November 2016, I had a constant ache in my right breast that shortly went away but something told me to pay attention to that area in my breast.
At the end of 2011, I was walking around Mt. Rubidoux asking my creator what my purpose in life was, aside from being a mom and fulltime conference coordinator.
April 28, 2010, I was diagnosed with Stage 1 Breast Cancer, I was 24 years old. I was diagnosed after having the lump for over 7 years.
Our team was based in San Bernardino and deployed to Ground Zero in New York shortly after the planes crashed into the twin towers.
In the spring of 2018, I made an appointment with my doc because I had developed some dimpling on my left breast.