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Season 5 Bonus Episode World Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Yuliya Babayan

October 13, 2020 Tina Conrad Season 5 Episode 16
DJBreastCancer
Season 5 Bonus Episode World Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Yuliya Babayan
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DJBreastCancer
Season 5 Bonus Episode World Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day: Yuliya Babayan
Oct 13, 2020 Season 5 Episode 16
Tina Conrad

http://breastcancerportraitproject.org/
https://thispartsucks.wordpress.com/

On World Metastatic Breast Cancer day, honoring the memory of Yuliya Babayan.  This episode was shared with me.  It was recorded on a day that Yuliya received feedback from her oncologist that there were no more options.  THIS IS WHY I FIGHT AND VALUE RESEARCH!!!  More options, more days, more living!!  This story was brought to me from Missy Peters, founder of Breast Cancer Portrait Project.

Here is an excerpt from Yuliya's story, her blog is attached here. 
My name is Yuliya Babayan, and on February 6th, 2017, I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer at age 28. Grade 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, triple negative.  I decided to start this blog to not only keep friends and family updated on my treatments and state of things, but to also provide information and individual perspective from one cancer patient to another. This journey is not an easy one, but I believe that transparency and openness about this adventure is an important step in my healing. Cheers!

Show Notes

http://breastcancerportraitproject.org/
https://thispartsucks.wordpress.com/

On World Metastatic Breast Cancer day, honoring the memory of Yuliya Babayan.  This episode was shared with me.  It was recorded on a day that Yuliya received feedback from her oncologist that there were no more options.  THIS IS WHY I FIGHT AND VALUE RESEARCH!!!  More options, more days, more living!!  This story was brought to me from Missy Peters, founder of Breast Cancer Portrait Project.

Here is an excerpt from Yuliya's story, her blog is attached here. 
My name is Yuliya Babayan, and on February 6th, 2017, I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer at age 28. Grade 3 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, triple negative.  I decided to start this blog to not only keep friends and family updated on my treatments and state of things, but to also provide information and individual perspective from one cancer patient to another. This journey is not an easy one, but I believe that transparency and openness about this adventure is an important step in my healing. Cheers!