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10/17/23 | BY: Fern Glazer, Ursula Vernon
Hugo and Nebula award-winning author and illustrator Ursula Vernon shares the story of her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment through art and humor.
Having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis: Meghan’s story
In episode 5 of LBBC’s new Can and Did podcast, Meghan, an LBBC Young Advocate, shares her story about having a baby via a gestational carrier after an early-stage and then a stage IV breast cancer diagnosis.
Decision-making for treatment and thriving: Gillian Lichota
After three years of enduring infertility therapies and a second-trimester miscarriage, Gillian Lichota sat in her OB-GYN’s office and heard the news she had been hoping for – she was nine weeks pregnant. On the same day, an ultrasound of a mass in one breast showed she also had breast cancer. A biopsy later confirmed that finding.
What I Wish I Knew: I Have to Think About Fertility Preservation Too?!
Natalie Bello Silva was blindsided when her second opinion doctor suggested fertility preservation. She shares the shock of having to think suddenly about her plans for a future family and what it was like to get fertility preservation.
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