Kelley never experienced any "symptoms" that we as females don't find "normal". Knowing now what we thought to be normal is not.....she was experiencing multiple symptoms including bleeding between periods and constipation. Kelley had a clear pap in May 2013, after the birth of her son. The Cervical Cancer was found by chance while at the OB/GYN for other reasons.... She was diagnosed in February 2014 - Stage 1b. She had a hysterectomy in March 2014.....Cancer Free....All Margins Clear, 27 Lymph Nodes tested....all clear. By May 2014, her cancer had returned and metastasized to multiple places in her pelvic area - then considered Stage 4. We lost Kelley on August 27, 2014. Kelley never gave up.....she Fought Like a Girl until her very last breath. Please get your exams......and consider no symptom a "Normal Part of being a Lady"
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
We are set up at the Brown County fair this week! Stop by to learn more about gynecological cancer awareness and how you can volunteer.
Wear teal on Wednesday Sept 24th to the fair in honor of Jaymie. This is the day of the cheerleading competition in Jaymie's name.
Monday, September 1, 2014
September is gynecological cancer awareness month. Our campaign is to have people affected by gynecological cancer share a message with others for awareness. Each day this month we will share one picture.