TT is a breast cancer survivor that came to our clinical applications class talk about her experience with it. I’m abbreviating her name because I couldn’t actually hear what her name was but managed to hear the first letters lol. She told us of her story: of her first getting diagnosed with pre-diabetes, and then exercising till she lost weight and found a lump. It was a really touching story and it was definitely for her because she teared ._. But TT was a strong independent black woman that don’t need no cancer in her life. jk she’s the sweetest white lady that I’ve ever seen. She was joking about her wig, how her gynecologist may have prescribed her a medication that may have lead to her tumor growth. I didn’t see a lady that cursed her luck(she had never been to the hospital except for giving birth) but rather, a lady that has been grateful for everything and it was just amazing to see such a happy person recover from cancer. And from this lecture, I realized a part of what I want to do. I want to help cancer patients as much as I can. Yes not all patients may be cured, but it’s the stories like TT’s that mean so much to me.