Nicole ELLIOTT Cancer Care

In June of 2015,  Nicole ELLIOTT (Murias) of Estevan, Saskatchewan, was diagnosed with Stage 2 aggressive breast cancer. Over the next year and a half, Nicole underwent surgery to complete a double mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation treatment in Regina, Saskatchewan. Physiotherapy was required to return the tissue to its former elasticity and full range of movement to Nicole’s arms and shoulders.

After this long road, she was given the wonderful news of a clean bill of health and was able to return to work serving her community as a Constable for the Estevan Police Service. On September 10th of 2016, Nicole started a gradual return plan and was back to full time duty in November, 2016.

In the spring of 2017,  Nicole's reconstruction surgeon in Regina, Saskatchewan, met with Nicole and requested a CT scan which revealed a mass on her left lung.  Her medical team requested a PET scan and biopsy in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, which revealed her worst fears. The breast cancer had returned as stage 4 cancer, a metastasized tumour in her left lung.

Another long road is ahead.   Nicole and her family are now preparing for another surgery to remove a lobe from her left lung and more chemotherapy.

For Nicole, her sons are the centre of her world. There is nothing she wouldn’t do for them. She wants nothing more to see them graduate and start families of their own. With that goal in mind, she plans to add some Naturopathic and hopefully Stem Cell therapy to compliment her main stream medical treatment. While these additional treatments are not covered by medical plans, it is felt that they give Nicole the best chance at seeing her sons graduate. The Naturopath Oncologist she has consulted with is in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, while the Stem Cell treatments will most likely be in San Diego, California, USA. Both of these alternatives will be putting a huge strain on an already taxed financial situation.

Nicole ELLIOTT is a beautiful, funny, intelligent, dedicated woman who has taken all she has endured in stride so that she can be there for her family, friends and community. Nicole and her family have tried their best to keep life as normal as possible for their boys through school, sports, and home life. To lose their mother, it would have an immeasurable impact on them at such a young age. To have cancer return in just over 2 years, it is a huge blow emotionally and physically.

Please donate to the Nicole ELLIOTT Cancer Care fund as a gift to an amazing vibrant mother and a dedicated police officer in the city of Estevan.  We love her dearly as a family member within our entire community!!!!    
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Organizer and beneficiary

Katia Bigney 
Estevan, SK
Nicole Elliott 
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