Written by Sue Guglielmo
Contributed by Ranita Keller
My name is Sue Guglielmo. My husband Tony and I have 3 outstanding young adults in College. We are very proud of them. My Breast Cancer journey is just beginning.
I was diagnosed on October 10,2014 and was initially told I was in early stages. The long story goes I tested positive for HER-2 and have 2 area’s that are cancerous, I have already started to received Chemotherapy and will require surgery and radiation down the road.
I have stage 3 breast cancer. Along with the two area’s I already mentioned, it is also located in my lymph nodes and chest wall. Thankfully no major organs, bones or joints.
I have a great team of physicians I am working with and can not be happier with my care. I know I have a long journey ahead. With all the love, support and prayers I will get through this.
I will not lie, it is very overwhelming and a lot to take in at one time. From the day I was told I tested positive and not knowing my slides yet, to my first Chemo dose was 12 days. They moved quickly, but looking back it was a good thing.
Cancer moves quickly. It doesn’t care who you are, what you do. It doesn’t sleep, breath, or eat except at you. I am very grateful for everyone who is here to see me through and wish everyone else who is going through a rough time out there the best too.
-Sue Guglielmo, RN BSN
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