...her ups, downs, and turnarounds.
I just checked my email and found an email from the Race for the Cure with Morgan's picture on it. She is beautiful! I am a breast cancer survivor as well. I thought I was young when I was diagnosed (33). I have been through chemo and just had my bilateral mastectomy two weeks ago. I still have radiation and reconstruction to look forward to. I just wanted to leave a comment and tell Morgan that I am so impressed with her courage and strength. Fighting cancer is hard and scary and I can't imagine having to do that as a teenager. So glad that you are cancer free and I hope that everything is going well for you.Hugs and love from a fellow survivor-Desirae Ogden :)
Dear Morgan,First, I hope you are doing incredibly well.Your story made it on the news in a country way far away from the States.This article is on El Mercurio's website from Chile (yeah, at the very end of South America).http://www.emol.com/tendenciasymujer/Noticias/2012/11/11/23450/Adolescente-diagnosticada-con-cancer-de-mama-advierte-a-otras-jovenes-sobre-la-enfermedad.aspxKeep it strong! :)