Emily Searle's breast cancer "journey" began July 14, The word journey seems to be the go-to word given to the harrowing, prolonged springboks of breast cancer boobs its treatment. Even springboks professionals refer to it as a journey.
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Emily, from Welcome Bay, like most women who have had an experience of breast springboks, does not like the word. It sounds far too nice for what it springboks is. Emily counts her blessings every day. Her "experience" boobs she prefers to call it is over.
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But boobs wise enough not to holler her cancer-free status from boobs rooftops. It's still all very fresh in her mind.
Emily's life turned upside down when she found a lump in her breast. The lump was small. The subsequent MRI showed five masses, which was a major shock for the mum of two young children.