She had worked in the medical field , as a nurses aide and rehabilitation tech for forty years. She had taken care of many people of all different age groups, with many a different diagnosis. She had watched babies being born. She had seen miracles of people being restored after weeks in a coma, and had watched as people having strokes might go to sleep one night with a non-working arm or leg waking up and suddenly being able to move their arm or leg again She had seen the process, so many times that a person with a head injury went through as they fought to have their life restored back to normal again. or as normal as they could be. She was cautious and very observant of her patients rights and actions both physically and medically trying to make sure their needs were met. She loved her job, and through the years she had learned never to take this life for granted. Her job had taught her how frail life could be for she had also seen many die.
Yet, as observant as she was with other peoples lives how is it that she could have missed the huge lump that was growing in her own breast? As cautious as she was with her patients how could she have missed the discomfort she must have felt. With the medical knowledge she had, why would she ignore the mammogram reminders? This book shows what can happen, if you are a procrastinator, and yes it could happen to you. This author leaves you with this request, beware of changes in your body, and please don't forget your mammograms.