Teresha’s “take care of me day” was going great.
She’d already seen her dentist and primary physician, and had passed with flying colors. Already she was looking forward to celebrating with some fun at the local mall. But first, she had one more appointment to go: her ob-gyn.
Teresha and her doctor were chatting away during her routine breast exam when her doctor abruptly stopped. Then put Teresha’s hand where she felt a lump.
Teresha snatched her hand away when she felt the large lump… wondering how she could possibly have missed it. The biopsy later confirmed it: Stage 2 triple negative breast cancer.
Her doctor outlined her treatment, even taking time to write it down for shell-shocked Teresha. 16 chemotherapy treatments, 6 weeks of radiation, and then surgery.
All the while, Teresha was wondering, “Why?”
The chemo was harsh. Her hair fell out. And sitting alone at home one day, she was consumed by pity. That’s when God spoke to her with a special message: “Teresha, you still rock.” And the 3 letters R-O-C came to mean everything to her.
All the treatments and surgery completed, her cancer was gone. But Teresa still lived in fear. What if it came back? That’s when her doctor introduced her to The Truth About Cancer.
Reading through the site, she was blown away by all the simple, natural things she could do to stay healthy… and never fear cancer again. Now Teresha’s made it her mission to share her journey and discoveries with others, living a healthy, happy life.
Watch the video above to hear Teresha’s story.
Teresha tells us more about her regimen for staying healthy in the clip below:
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