Tag Archives: Naviagating Breast Cancer

Dana-Farber Patient Stays Positive Through Metastatic Breast Cancer

At 29 years old, Adriana, 38, of Massachusetts, was diagnosed with metastatic (stage four) breast cancer after noticing a lump in her breast and feeling some “strange symptoms.” Only three months after a move across the country, Adriana was told her best bet would be to move back home for her treatment. “I talked to some doctors down in Florida, and they said to me, ‘You’re not going to get good care down here, if you’re from Massachusetts, go back to Dana-Farber’” said Adriana. “Within a few months, I had moved to Florida, packed up my bags and went back …

 

Thank you Jean Campbell!

Thank you Jean Campbell for helping us all navigate breast cancer.

For over a year we have had the pleasure of having Jean Campbell from No Boobs About It as a guest blogger on our website Boston Bakes for Breast Cancer.  Jean has been helping  us share information for the many women and men navigating breast cancer.
But now as Jean has become her own non-profit organization her mission still remains the same “sharing information, resources and support on getting through treatment and on with life.”
Jean, a two time breast cancer survivor has dedicated her life since she was diagnosed with breast …