What It’s Like to Watch Your Wife Go Through Breast Cancer.
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My wife's fight with breast cancer - a photographic journey Written by Katy Cowan. 29.10.2013. Via Creative Boom submission. All images courtesy of the artist. The Battle We Didn't Choose is a powerful and incredibly sad collection of pictures by photographer Angelo Merendino, documenting his wife Jennifer's battle with breast cancer. Theirs is a story that begins with Angelo plucking up the.
A Photographer and His Wife’s Daily Fight With Breast Cancer. By: Guest Author; When photographer Angelo Merendino met Jennifer, he knew she was the one. Soon they fell in love and got married in Central Park NYC. But 5 months into their marriage, Jennifer was diagnosed with breast cancer, and a nearly 4 year painful battle ensued. “Cancer survivors have to define a new sense of normal.
Editor’s Note: Noreen is in Seoul, Korea, giving the keynote speech at the Global Breast Cancer Conference. Her husband is the author of this week’s column.
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My wife's breast cancer - Advanced breast cancer. nuttman. August 7, 2015 at 11:55 pm; 8 replies; TODO: Email modal placeholder. My wife does not want to join this forum or any other one. However, I have a question or two. My wife was originally diagnosed with breast cancer, Her positive, estrogen positive in January 2007. She had a double mastectomy, chemo, and radiation. In late 2014, she.