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  • Nilsa Tanco

  • "I was diagnosed June 29, 2017, I remember it being Mother's Day and I found a lump and part of me knew instantly something was wrong. Told my hubby and talked to the kids, prayed. I remember seeing the doctor that Wednesday and she said she was so sure it was a cyst. But she wanted to be sure, better be safe then sorry. Things moved rapidly, mammogram, ultrasound and biopsy. Chemo and lumpectomy and radiation. I have been cancer free since Dec 22, 2017, I'm glad I spoke up! It was the hardest thing I've ever done and still is a struggle at times but I thank God I'm still standing. Listen to your body!"
  • Valerie Fannin

  • Well how can I start, I was working at the Cancer Treatment Center of America in Newnan, Georgia. I can remember it all to well. I was working through about 2 years before I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I was at home and I found a large lump on my left breast so I called my doctor and my twin sister and then I cried all that day and night and I made an appointment with my doctor on that Tuesday morning and he found it as well. So I decided to go through my nurse advocate to get me sent back to a doctor where I work at and it was good that I did it and I had tests, scan, biopsy, etc. Then I met my physician Ninan. She was a wonderful person, caring and very compassionate with her patients. She got me through the hardest time in my life and I will never forget her as long as I live. The treatment for chemo was 6 months long and my surgery was right after that and then radiation and now after 2 years I’m cancer free.
  • Share Your Own Powerful Story!!

  • Here at Breast Cancer Awareness Tees we want to share the powerful stories of you all! Each week, we would love to feature your stories on our site. Together as a community, WE are tougher than Cancer.

Nilsa Tanco

"I was diagnosed June 29, 2017, I remember it being Mother's Day and I found a lump and part of me knew instantly something was wrong. Told my hubby and talked to the kids, prayed. I remember seeing the doctor that Wednesday and she said she was so sure it was a cyst. But she wanted to be sure, better be safe then sorry. Things moved rapidly, mammogram, ultrasound and biopsy. Chemo and lumpectomy and radiation. I have been cancer free since Dec 22, 2017, I'm glad I spoke up! It was the hardest thing I've ever done and still is a struggle at times but I thank God I'm still standing. Listen to your body!"

Valerie Fannin

Well how can I start, I was working at the Cancer Treatment Center of America in Newnan, Georgia. I can remember it all to well. I was working through about 2 years before I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I was at home and I found a large lump on my left breast so I called my doctor and my twin sister and then I cried all that day and night and I made an appointment with my doctor on that Tuesday morning and he found it as well. So I decided to go through my nurse advocate to get me sent back to a doctor where I work at and it was good that I did it and I had tests, scan, biopsy, etc. Then I met my physician Ninan. She was a wonderful person, caring and very compassionate with her patients. She got me through the hardest time in my life and I will never forget her as long as I live. The treatment for chemo was 6 months long and my surgery was right after that and then radiation and now after 2 years I’m cancer free.

Share Your Own Powerful Story!!

Here at Breast Cancer Awareness Tees we want to share the powerful stories of you all! Each week, we would love to feature your stories on our site. Together as a community, WE are tougher than Cancer.