Oct 28, 2017
Every year 5% of all breast cancer diagnosis' occur in women under the age of forty. They do not have the time to be sick, stop their lives or even take the time to care for themselves.
Jenn was stunned when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had no resources her own age-and she really had a very difficult time processing all of the information that she was being bombarded with. She read books-lots of books, but most of them were written by women well into their 50's or older. Most had grown children and were either retired, or at a point where they were ready to slow down their careers. Many stated that getting cancer was a gift. Huh?
Jenn couldn't identify. She had little kids, and a career that was just starting to gain some momentum. And getting cancer sucks. Jenn knew she couldn't be the only person out there that felt this way. She knew there had to be someone, somewhere who was struggling with these same issues...