In this Episode of Love your Diagnosis, I talk with Cat Seddon about her diagnosis of Breast Cancer and how she was whipped off to surgery two weeks after diagnosis to remove 8 out of 24 metastasised lymph nodes in her body.
After this surgery, Cat was told that she would need to remove one breast definitely, but to be safe recommended removal of both breasts as well as chemo and radiation to stop the spread and make sure that all cancer was removed.
After realising that this was all just a preventative way of addressing the spread, Cat went on a mission to research what else she could do to address her diagnosis alternatively. Her only interest was in her survival and she was open to everything.
It's a success story of having tenacity and courage when it comes to finding a treatment/s that align with you.
Enjoy and keep a notepad handy!
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This group was a huge part of Cat's healing. It’s amazing and full of evidence based research and information. Amazing for anyone with breast cancer
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A little side note:
These shows are meant to create food for thought for people going through similar situations. Planting seeds of information about things that perhaps you never knew could and might assist in treating and managing the symptoms associated with your diagnosis.
I really hope you get some good ol' nuggets of info from these interviews so you can go and start researching yourself and perhaps even start experimenting on the treatment that feels right for you instead of just letting someone else direct your health decisions.
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