Lifelines 2 - Breast Cancer and African American Women
NARRATOR: This is Lifelines, from NIH Radio
Nix: Hi, I’m Melanie Nix. I am an almost 3-year, triple negative breast cancer survivor. Through the process I just did a lot of research because I really wanted to understand what was happening, what were the questions to ask. I actually referred to the National Cancer Institute website and found some great information and resources there. You might get fearful, you might slip. But you gotta keep pushing to the top, so whatever it is, just keep climbing, and i think one of the best ways to do that, is to make sure you’re armed with information, talk to your doctor. Don’t be afraid to ask any question.
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