Marci Greenberg Cox is the author of Mommy Has a Boo-Boo: Explaining Breast Cancer to Children. In 2018, she was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer while undergoing an aggressive course of treatment, which included a double mastectomy without reconstruction surgery, chemotherapy which resulted in complete hair loss, and everything else related to cancer. She also has written journals such as Mommy Has a Boo-Boo Now What? and The Breast Cancer GPS.
A few highlights from the show:
1. Learn to accept yourself. Look at the positives.
2. It is very possible to be flat and fabulous.
3. Don't take anything for granted.
4. Marci's motto is you're a fighter, not a quitter. You will get through it!
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In 2011, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma, out of the blue. I did not have any prior health concerns or issues. Fast forward, the dreaded cancer diagnosis opened my eyes, introduced me to my purpose, and lead me to where I am today.
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