I've refused chemo for breast cancer because the gain isn't worth all the pain: After a double mastectomy, one woman defends a hugely controversial choice

Sally Becker, 53, is known as the Angel of Mostar for her work as a charity volunteer saving hundreds of lives in war-torn Bosnia. Four months ago she was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a double mastectomy, but she is refusing all further treatment. Here, she explains why she's taken this decision . . .
Being told I had breast cancer in May was devastating. A cancer diagnosis is a major setback for anyone, but it was especially difficult for me, as I knew it could have been detected sooner, which would have meant less aggressive treatment.
I'd had a mammogram 18 months earlier... read more

 
15 October 2013 in Health, Views: 19
Source: Daily Mail
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