I’m in a holding pattern. Still waiting for my MRI. Making this decision has been a whole lot of hurry up and wait. Hurry up and get to your appointments, then wait for the next step. I’m not complaining, because I have opportunity to elect this for myself, and am not being forced into surgery […]
I have BRCA2. I do not have cancer. This offers me the convenience of making a plan, instead of being forced into making decisions. This is my plan as it stands today, but as we all know, plans change as more information becomes available.
I feel like I’ve inherited a mangy house cat that turned out to be a skunk. Now we’re kind of tight, but there’s always a chance I could get sprayed.
Wow, you guys! I am overwhelmed by the outpouring of interest, support, and love from all of you. It’s been a humbling couple of days. You all have encouraged me to continue sharing.
I was told I had a genetic mutation and Professor X did not come to my house. I’m torn up about it.
What happens when you have BRAC2?