April 1-7 is the 5th annual National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week
If someone had told me two years ago that I would be diagnosed with breast cancer at 32 years of age, I would have told them they had the wrong girl. No way. Breast cancer is an "older woman's" disease, right? There was no way breast cancer would affect my life anytime in the near future.Well, that was then. It has been 15 months, 49 weeks, 400 days, 8,160 hours, and 529,000 minutes since I stood up, threw my hands over my mouth and recieved the not so coveted crown, and sash of the " totally unaware breast cancer so -not-want-to-be chic" tittle!