Science is Why My Cancer Diagnosis Isn’t a Death Sentence

We want to share a compelling, provocative first person narrative essay, from Justine Henning, appearing in Vox.com.

Ms. Henning is the co-founder and director of programming at Math4Science Inc. Her writing also appears in the New York Times, Slate, and Nick Jr. Family magazine.

And, Ms. Henning is a breast cancer patient, with a fascinating story and family history.

Read her story, and family history, at Vox.com.

This entry was posted in Doctor-Patient Relationship, Early Detection, Emotional Reconstruction®, Information Strength, Patients Speak, We Live You®: The Latest and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.