My sister is a cancer survivor. She went through breast cancer and beat that but unfortunately, her cancer came back in the form of bone cancer. It is because of her, I've learned more than I ever expected on the topic. She is not letting it get her down, she does not let it slow her down as much as she could. In fact, rather than go on disability, she is continuing to work while undergoing cancer treatments.
In addition, she is working on several things to benefit people who have to undergo cancer treatment so they still feel good about themselves and can move on. As it comes closer to the time, I"ll reveal the projects but right now they are in the startup phase with building inventory, etc.
They cannot get rid of the bone cancer but they can contain it so she'll live another 15 or 20 years which means she'll live a long productive life. I think its cool the way she is determined to survive and not give in. Yeah!!!!! Sis.
The reason for this short column is that October is Breast Cancer Month. Know that there is research being done on a vaccination for a type of breast cancer that should be available in the next 5 or 6 years. There is always hope for those who are diagnosed with cancer.