This very night I experienced a life changing event. My mom had explained to my sister, brother, and I that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer. I was astonished, I had no words and all I could do was let tears fall. She came over to me and put her arms around me, she reassured and promised me that everything was going to be okay, and explained that the doctors had found it at its earlier stage, although her words made me a feel a little better, I was able to see the fright in her eyes and hear the wariness in her voice while she sat us down and answered every question we had. At this time I really didn’t have the knowledge about cancer like I do now. All I knew was that when I was 7 years old my Aunt had passed away from lung cancer, and now there were currently two people fighting breast cancer. My Aunt has been going through breast cancer treatment for the past couple of months and now my mom was about to do the same.
Weeks passed and the time had finally reached, it was my mom’s time to go into surgery and win this battle. The surgery, which doctors called a