Cindy’s Discovery

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Cindy is a 55 year-old woman married for the second time and a mother to four girls and one boy. She had her youngest child, a son. Having put off her annual mammograms for almost four years during her pregnancy then carrying for her baby, she learned the hard way how important annual mammograms are. Cindy had a single mastectomy that was followed by chemotherapy. She offers insights into many of the side effects associated with chemotherapy as well as how to communicate effectively with both your children and parents. Her daughter Daisy is featured in one of our caregiver stories.

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ContributorCindy, 55Read Full Bio

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Cindy is a 55 year-old woman married for the second time and a mother to four girls and one boy. She had her youngest child, a son. Having put off her annual mammograms for almost four years during her pregnancy then carrying for her baby, she learned the hard way how important annual mammograms are. Cindy had a single mastectomy that was followed by chemotherapy. She offers insights into many of the side effects associated with chemotherapy as well as how to communicate effectively with both your children and parents. Her daughter Daisy is featured in one of our caregiver stories.

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Cindy is a 55 year-old woman married for the second time and a mother to four girls and one boy. She had her youngest child, a son. Having put off her annual mammograms for almost four years during her pregnancy then carrying for her baby, she learned the hard way how important annual mammograms are. Cindy had a single mastectomy that was followed by chemotherapy. She offers insights into many of the side effects associated with chemotherapy as well as how to communicate effectively with both your children and parents. Her daughter Daisy is featured in one of our caregiver stories.

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