X Marks My Spot

The nurses draw an X where the abnormality sits to help the radiologists prepare for biopsies. Staring at five X-es across my chest, in May, I knew that life as I loved it was over.

One abnormality was malignant. They tell me more malignant cells were seen in my nodes. This is how I ended up being 26 and figuring out breast cancer and life.

Writing keeps me sane.


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