WHAT A SHOCK! The headaches were not due to my lazy eye problem but to the frontal lobe being filled with Glioblastoma Multiforme cancer. Very aggressive. When the doctor was able to remove almost 80 per cent and then said I would need radiation and chemo. I asked if I had a fighting chance and he confirmed I did.
From that point on, I decided to fight it with all I have. I was reared in a Christian home and believed in salvation but had strayed from Christ. So many wonderful events have occurred since my diagnosis that I could almost believe it was supposed to happen.
My experience with Turning Heads has been so up lifting and positive. After the glamorous photo shoot where I felt like queen for a day, I have been almost proud of my baldness. I feel I have been blessed to share my experience with other women and want to encourage anyone going through this to keep positive thoughts always.
The Turning Heads experience has been a highlight of my journey with cancer. It helped to sort out what is really important in life and what really doesn’t matter.
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