August 21, 2012
ABCD was there for me when I was diagnosed with breast cancer almost 10 years ago. I found it great to be able to send my assigned mentor an email in the middle of the night - that seemed to be the time when all my questions popped up and I couldn't sleep! After knowing what to anticipate from my mentor, it was easier moving forward. I truly valued my mentoring experience and following my treatment, I, too, went through the mentor training experience. I wanted to be able to give back and help others going through the breast cancer diagnosis. "One day at a time, one step at a time" is my mantra. It can be such an overwhelming moment when you hear those words "you have breast cancer" but ABCD definitely helped me see my way through.
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