So here’s just a little bit about Michelle’s cancer journey
Michelle lost her father to cancer when he was 54 years old & she was only 30.
Whilst on holiday in December 2018 Michelle came across a lump on her right breast, this turned out to be Cancer -ductal carcinoma, estrogen positive . After discussions with her Cancer Dr about her family history Michelle’s was referred to Genetics at Queen Elizabeth uni hospital in Glasgow .
From there she found out she had a mutation, the BRCa2 gene this meant further complications for michelle . In April 2019 Michelle underwent a double mastectomy and reconstruction for her breast cancer after this she had a full session of chemotherapy and a full session of radiotherapy's which ended in December 2019
Due to Michelle’s Brca2 gene she also had an hysterectomy just as Covid broke out in the Uk in March 2020.
After a few months isolating and getting her health back Michelle got yet again more bad news truth be told she’s has never had any good news when the big C’s concerned.The cancer had returned but this time as Secondary bone cancer , the cancer has spread to her pelvis and spine . Michelle then underwent radiotherapy again focusing on the lower spine and then back on chemotherapy, this time as a tablet form but was recently advised that the cancer is still spreading
Her oncologist has been great , but Michelle has now had to look at alternative medications. Also Alkaline water machine which is expensive. Realistically this is probably going to be the last roll of the dice for Michelle I hope her story has touched your hearts and we can help give the funds & fights to make this last roll of the dice her luckiest yet
Thank you so much to everybody who took the time to read Michelle will appreciate this more than can put into words