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Her boyfriend's support and spending time with her daughter, Addie, four, helped her keep a positive outlook throughout her journey. Three weeks later after, Cat completed her chemotherapy treatments, her expanders were replaced with breast implants. She is now in remission and has explained her illness in simplistic terms to her daughter.
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She explained she had voiced some concerns, which led Isaac to check her breasts for lumps and eventually, to locate one. I'm really young. Cat had only met Isaac two months prior to her stage two breast cancer diagnosis but he stayed by her side. The mother-of-one with her father.
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Cat revealed her first round of chemo was very tough on her. During the most painful parts of her chemotherapy, Cart would scream at her ex-husband Nate left while waiting for Isaac. I got an ultrasound appointment scheduled, that's when my doctor told me that it could be cancerous, but I needed a biopsy to know for sure, which confirmed that it was stage 2 breast cancer.
We didn't really know each other super well and he was the one who took care of me through chemotherapy. Cat was confident about her decision to undergo a double mastectomy, but said that she felt 'ugly' post surgery. The mother-of-one said she felt the procedure had robbed her of her beauty and said she didn't feel like a woman anymore. She revealed that her daughter Addie asked her about the scars on her breast and the absence of her nipples. Throughout it all, my boyfriend was there for me; he took time off work, he took care of me.
In order to prepare her breast for implants, doctors inserted 'expanders' in her breast after removing her breast tissue, which proved painful for Cat. Cat revealed she was 'overwhelmed with depression' over losing her breasts, as it happened quickly.
Throughout her treatments, Cat says her boyfriend has been a source of comfort for her and she wouldn't have got through it without him or her ex-husband and daughter. While she was confident about her decision to have a double mastectomy, she says that post surgery she felt 'ugly' and that she had been robbed of her beauty. I felt like something that once made me a woman was gone," she said. It felt like it happened very quickly. The young mother before her diagnosis. Cat eventually learn to love herself after the procedure and shares pictures of her breast on social media to cultivate acceptance.
Cat pictured during her double mastectomy surgery. The mother reveale she felt she would never be herself again following the procedure. Cat's mastectomy scars. The young mother took care to explain to her daughter what chemotherapy was, but didn't take her to the hospital with her to protect her. Isaac and Cart pictured now that her hair is growing back.
The mother is going back to a normal life. Cat during her double mastectomy. She revealed she was to become an ambassador for the Breastfeeds for Colorado, which aims to help other cancer survivor through their recovery. Back to normal: Cat is back to exercising, and even recently went on a two-day-and-a-half hike. I could not have imagined myself as I am now, I thought I'm never going to get outside, I'm never going to be myself again.
I hiked for twenty miles in about two and a half days with forty pounds on my back and that helped me get through too. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Share or comment on this article: A breast cancer survivor recalled how her boyfriend of two months found her lump e-mail.
Comments 1 Share what you think. View all. Bing Site Web Enter search term: Search. Robbie Williams causes hilarity on the Loose Women set after he walks on while live Chris Martin smiles as he arrives in New York on Thanksgiving bundled up in a beanie and scarf A taste of the high life! WaiLo contacted Ling's son, Kenson, who lives in California. He sacrificed his air miles for his mother to travel from Oakland to visit Elly in Worcestershire, near Birmingham in Britain. WaiLo said she shared this story to raise awareness of breast cancer and highlight how it affects minority communities.
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She hopes this will change how East Asians in particular talk about cancer. This makes it rare for people to share their difficult experiences," WaiLo said. WaiLo plans to keep creating surprises, including more friend and family reunions, and has even reached out to Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing for help with tracing her family's Shantou roots.
Minority families also deal with what WaiLo describes as multiple complexities when illness strikes, including financial issues and grappling with limited support networks in their adopted homes. If we want to make positive change Cancer support groups such as the US-based Joylife Club and UK-based Asian Breast Cancer Support Group have been established to assist overseas Asian cancer patients, survivors and carers through the treatment and recovery process. As a coordinator for Asian Breast Cancer Support Group, Farooq has chaired a patient-to-patient support initiative to emotionally and psychologically support women affected by breast cancer.
People need to be aware of cancer and its signs and symptoms, to be able to talk about the subject openly without feeling afraid of the stigma surrounding it," she said. Stephen Cheung and his wife, Christina, a breast cancer survivor, immigrated to the US in with their children. They co-founded the Joylife Club in because of Christina's first-hand experience of how Asians were being neglected.
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So far, the group has helped more than Chinese cancer survivors and patients in California's San Mateo county through peer support, educational seminars and social activities. It was difficult for her to accept that she had cancer: "I kept asking myself 'why me? I never thought it would happen to me. Lai said she felt good once she started going to meetings and now continues to attend so she can support the group's newcomers. But for Kwok the memories of her mother's suffering have resurfaced, as her year-old sister who lives in Hong Kong recently had a breast cancer scare.
It symbolises suffering even for a health care professional like myself. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Death by stigma: the cancer myths that kill Asians by Gigi Choy Dec 15, 4 minutes. Cannas Kwok British-Pakistani Nabila Farooq, 52, a Macmillan Community Development Officer who supports people affected by cancer in Manchester, has come across Southeast Asian women who choose not to tell their in-laws that they have breast cancer.
Nabila Farooq Four other family members " her two sisters, elder brother and his eldest son " also died of cancer and when they were alive, the family battled the myth that the illness was contagious. Winnie Lai, 65, joined Joylife Club after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in Copyright c All rights reserved.
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