No one wants to hear this diagnosis: You’ve got breast cancer.
But nearly everyone has been touched by the disease that knows no socioeconomic boundaries. No doubt, the journey through breast cancer can be life-changing and challenging. There’s disbelief, fear, hope and inspiration.
The Tribune plans to publish a series of stories about breast cancer. We want to talk to men and women who are facing the diagnosis, breast cancer survivors, family members — husbands, wives, sisters, brothers and children — who have gone on the journey with a loved one, and nurses and doctors who are on the front lines caring for people with the disease. The stories can serve to let others know they are not alone and can be life-affirming.
Are you a breast cancer survivor? Do you know a doctor or nurse whose life’s work is caring for breast cancer patients? How has breast cancer affected your life?
Let us know so we can tell your story. Call editor Dan Davis at 523-7051 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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