Sharon’s beautiful story of strength and love in her heart.
Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer
Sharon, Carter, and Kayla Greene
I was first diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer at age 29, way back in 1988. The protocol at that time was to tell women to wait 5 years before getting pregnant or, as my breast surgeon so crudely put it, “Baby might not have a Mama”. Nothing like the subtle approach to shut down any further questions on that subject!
5 years passed, and I went to my “cure” date mammogram confident that all was well. It wasn’t. The cancer had returned to the same breast and as I had radiation the first time, the only option left was a mastectomy and 9 months of chemotherapy.
I again heard the “Baby and Mama” speech. I was told that chemo could possibly put me permanently into early menopause but as I was still only 34, there was a good chance the menopause symptoms would only…
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4 thoughts on “Adopting After Cancer: A Love Story”
You are amazing Sharon! ❤
Aw… you are so sweet!
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Wow Sharon thanks for sharing your story and for loving these beautiful children.
May you live long and prosper and be in good health.
Thanks Julia! They are the best part of my life. Thanks for your good wishes.
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