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Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Surviving and Thriving

Inflammatory Breast Cancer: Rare and Aggressive

Diagnosed twice with Inflammatory Breast Cancer, I’ve experienced intensive treatment including chemo, radiation and multiple surgeries.  I live with lymphedema in both arms and hands.  These are the stories of my journey through treatment.  

purple pink sunset with palm trees

MY REFUGE: EXERCISE AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY DURING CANCER TREATMENT

By the time I was diagnosed with cancer at age 52, I’d long held a gym membership and regularly attended boot camp, spin and body works classes. A titanium implant in my ankle reduced the chronic pain of the hopelessly flat foot. Although I lacked coordination and flexibility, I loved the natural high that followed a good work-out.

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