JuJoJa 5

I find this an odd choice but as you read this and if you’ve been recently diagnosed, please take one thing from it—cancer is not a death sentence. I had uterine cancer in 1995 and bladder cancer in 2015 and yes it has left permanent losses and scars but it hasn’t killed me! Being a survivor counts even though the cancer word always lingers in the back of your mind. That’s part of the insidious disease. My husband died of cancer in 2013 with treatments that had not improved or changed in twenty years. I was lucky to have excellent surgeons and treatments in 2015 and remain cancer free eight years later. I started this blog in 2016 to bring awareness and encourage people to get tested because early detection is key. If you have any questions or curious about my experience, I will answer truthfully. As you probably know already, I’m not shy about it, so bring ‘em on!😃 And do your checkups!👍🏻


5 thoughts on “JuJoJa 5

    1. Abdomen aches, red urine. I had also been diagnosed w kidney disease three years prior and that occurred because I was taking too much pain meds for my back and legs


  1. Straight to the point 😊and very encouraging. I lost my mum to cancer as well and if I’ve learnt anything, it’s exactly what you said. Early detection is the key… 🤍

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