Pathology Report is in: No residual invasive cancer, very tiny focus of DCIS (1/2 mm) Four nodes removed, all came back negative!!!! This is the best possible news after the initial biopsy Tomorrow we will talk to the Oncologist to … Continue reading
I had a rough night of sleep. I feel asleep around 11:30 and woke up at 1:30 AM. I never did go back to sleep. I was able to find some friends to text, tweet Giuliana Rancic, catch up on … Continue reading
Heather checked into St. Vincent today at 10:30. She had to get a nuclear dye injected into her milk ducts to track the lymph nodes that need to be removed. She came back to the waiting room in tears. Said … Continue reading
Last night my mom came in town to surprise Heather. Momma Risa will get to be here for Mother’s day today and to help Heather get through her surgery tomorrow. ILLUMINATE THE CURE We were already planning on attending this … Continue reading
This morning Heather’s cousin, Katheryn, did the Revlon Run / Walk for Women in Los Angeles. Crazy to see Heather’s name on the back of Katheryn’s shirt. Doesn’t seem real.
This morning Heather went for a Pet Scan at St. Vincent. The scan took half a day and then she went straight to work for the rest of the afternoon. She was exhausted by the end of the day. All … Continue reading
So, we had our meeting with the Dr. Fant (Heather’s breast surgeon, who she absolutely loves) this morning to talk about the first findings of her pathology report. Dr. Fant sat down with Heather, Paige, Dr. Chuck and I for … Continue reading