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November 20, 2017

  The first time I had chemo, it didn’t go quite as planned. I didn’t really know what to expect mind you, so when I could feel burning at the entry point in my arm, I wasn’t sure if it was normal or not. It wasn’t. As a self-described over achiever, I was disappointed that I had a “bum vein.” The nurse quickly extracted...

February 8, 2017

  I am a breast cancer rookie.  I’m just halfway through chemo, with surgery and radiation still on the horizon.  The women who have gone through all three are the experts. The ones who have made it to the 5 year mark are the gurus.  I have learned a thing or two in the two months since my diagnosis and I will learn...

December 30, 2016

  I knew.

  I knew before I talked to my GP. I knew before the ultrasound, the mammogram, the second ultrasound, the biopsy and the words from my surgeon as I sat in his office at the hospital.

  Granted, I didn't know the type of breast cancer I had, or the stage or the size of the tumour but I had known for weeks that so...

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kmacblog, Kim MacDonald, Breast Cancer
kmacblog, Kim MacDonald, Breast Cancer
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kmacblog, Kim MacDonald, Breast Cancer
Peet & Reet Show!
Jan. 20th, 2017
kmacblog, Kim MacDonald, Breast Cancer

Discussing the signs of breast cancer and why I went public.

Hamilton Health Sciences
Mar. 23rd, 2017

A Q&A about sharing my story and not facing it alone.


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