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I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer, Triple Negative 1 at age of 46 years old. (On February 4/2023).

I started writing from the beginning, with the idea of ​​apturing as best as possible what Cancer is like on a daily basis.Initially it was like a therapy that would allow me to process and express myself.

However; over time, in the midst of the struggle, I sought answers with God and in my days with Him I understood: that, although I could not see the full purpose, there was no time to waste. Cancer was a new reality and in some way, I was getting closer to the fact of the imminent death of myself, the human being.

I always knew in my heart that I was living to share God in the midst of a difficult emotional, psychological, physical and spiritual path that led me to breakage: when I was able to saw that, next to me: there were thousands of women and men sharing the same chair in the living room. Waiting for the hospital.

Regardless of the type of cancer and its stage, everyone is sitting there, not knowing what to expect, not knowing where to go, afraid of the medical process that is so frightening ever since you simply hear the word Cancer.

From the beginning, without knowing with certainty what awaited us, with many questions that crushed us, in the deepest silence of our being, I knew, he was not there just for me.

I have spent a lot of time in prayer asking God a purpose, I know that I will not be able to see it or understand it completely, and that I cannot see the big picture that He does; but I know that I was called to share it with him. 

Little by little I was finding the information gaps that we have in El Salvador regarding Cancer.

This Blog is created with the purpose of offering other women, information that helps them to face this path, to learn a little about the experience of the day, every day, to include all the important things to know and do for their health, for example: How the medical system works, treatments, diets, economic impact, emotional, psychological and spiritual impact from the eyes of a patient.

But more than anything, to seek and find in the midst of physical struggle and emotional suffering the Grace of an Almighty and Merciful God who in some supernatural way sustains us. Who has sustained us and will continue doing so on this path, and who can do it with each one of us. Living every day in Faith has given us to fight and depend on Him fully.

For I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you.
Isaiah 41:13


1 The term triple-negative breast cancer refers to the fact that the cancer cells don’t have estrogen or progesterone receptors (ER
or PR) and also don’t make any or too much of the protein called HER2. (The cells test "negative" on all 3 tests.) These cancers
tend to be more common in women younger than age 40, who have a BRCA1 mutation. TNBC differs from other types of invasive
breast cancer in that it tends to grow and spread faster, has fewer treatment options, and tends to have a worse prognosis.

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