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What was your life like before you received the COVID-19 vaccine?
I had a busy, typical life of a 40 year old, separated mom. I have 2 teen daughters that kept me busy with their extracurriculars. I was working at a small local hospital when they offered the shots to the health care workers first. I felt pressured to get it from all sides, plus trusted that the CDC would not poison the American people.
Describe the symptoms and the timeline of the reaction.
I began having severe nipple pain very quickly in November 2022. My doctor prescribed antibiotics thinking I had a nipple infection. It didn’t work. A mammogram showed nothing. I was referred to oncology & diagnosed with Mucinous carcinoma of the breast in January 2023. According to my team it is rare & even rarer for it to spread which it has to my lymph nodes. I have no family history of breast cancer & my genetic tests were all negative.
Describe the solutions that helped your symptoms
I’m currently on chemo. I’ll go to surgery next. I’ve begun b17. I have no results if anything has helped the cancer at this point.
Which solutions were not helpful?
What would you like others to know?
To spread the word about the explosion in rare cancers just this year (2023) & for research to be devoted to exploring the relationship between the cancers & the vaccines.
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