Dusty on Treatment

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Dusty is a 25 year-old soon to be mom for the first time. Her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was a14 year-old. She looks back on her mother’s journey with admiration and some regrets thinking she could have done more to support her mother. One of five children she speaks to how each of her siblings dealt with the news in their own way. She only knew about cancer through a friend’s mom who had passed away from the disease and immediately thought the same would happen to hers. She movingly reflects on how communication and support in the family unit helped her mother beat breast cancer and continue to thrive 10 years later

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ContributorDusty, 25Read Full Bio

Biography

Dusty is a 25 year-old soon to be mom for the first time. Her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was a14 year-old. She looks back on her mother’s journey with admiration and some regrets thinking she could have done more to support her mother. One of five children she speaks to how each of her siblings dealt with the news in their own way. She only knew about cancer through a friend’s mom who had passed away from the disease and immediately thought the same would happen to hers. She movingly reflects on how communication and support in the family unit helped her mother beat breast cancer and continue to thrive 10 years later

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As a 14-year old girl, Dusty talks about how hard it was to see her mother in the hospital after breast surgery and going through chemotherapy.

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