• SEPTEMBER 25, 2020

    Today marks one year since I was diagnosed with cancer for the second time. I had already experienced the scare in September 2016, when at the age of 29, a bean on my breast turned out to be a malignant tumor accompanied by the phrase "Breast cancer, grade II". That time I was scared, but followed by a lot of reassurance and hope. I...
  • A DAY OF QUARANTINE

    «One day during the quarantine, I was taking a shower and when I was soaping I felt something strange. Due to the size of the tumor, I detected it and went to see a specialist. I still postponed it for a while because of the pandemic, the COVID contagion, etc... One always looks for an excuse to avoid having a check-up. "Oh yeah, I'll...
  • AT MY 27 YEARS

    AT MY 27 YEARS

    Hi, I'm Valentina and I had breast cancer at 27 years old. The way I was diagnosed was perhaps not the most common, but for the same reason you have to be attentive and be responsible with the controls. In a normal visit to the gynecologist, he told me that he recommended a breast ultrasound because I am buxom, although I had no pain,...
  • KNOWING YOURSELF IS CARING FOR YOURSELF

    When we think of breast cancer, things immediately come to mind that may seem terrible. Hospitals, doctors, chemotherapy, pills. Discouraging images but at the same time so far away, because "how is that going to happen to me," one thinks, "I am still young", "I still take a lot....
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