If you’ve read much of this blog, you know I’m pretty focused on pediatric brain cancer. That’s our starting point, both from a family’s perspective and from building of the database. But I have several friends in different stages of breast cancer diagnosis/treatment right now, and I really believe that our database will advance to the point where we are helping them, too.
For the moment, though, my resources don’t really extend into that world much. So I thought I’d reach out to the readers to see what words of wisdom you may have to share.
I found this website that I like: http://www.breastcancerdeadline2020.org/breast-cancer-information/quality-care-guide/access/getting-comprehensive-care/?referrer=https://www.google.com/
It’s got a good overview of what to look for when choosing a doctor, but there’s always more to it than what shows on “paper”. So here’s your chance to let us know what went well (or what went wrong) with your experience with breast cancer. Please comment with your experiences so we can help each other.
And yes, it is still Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, but cancer doesn’t wait for the appropriate month to rear it’s ugly head. I will take this one more opportunity, though, to ask you all to please vote (or continue voting) for Dragon Master Foundation on Instagram and Twitter. You can vote once per day until 9/23 on each platform by posting these tags: #vote #UpgradeYourWorldUSA and @dragonmasterfdn
If you’re an overachiever, you can also vote for our Australian friends by using: #vote #UpgradeYourWorldAU and @braintumourahoy
And you can still add: #HonestLovesMax to any Tweet or Instagram post through the end of the month.