My Story – Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer: Year Two Starts Today

Survivor Word RibbonOn Friday, December 13th, 2013, I had a total robotic hysterectomy for what turned out to be Stage 1B, Grade 3 endometrial adenocarcinoma. One year later, after vaginal brachytherapy, colposcopies, and repeat Paps, I am . . . if not fancy free, cancer free. And I know how lucky I am.

My journey with cancer has acquainted me with a lot of information and resources. You can read my story at the links on the Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer—My Story & More page.

I wish everyone much peace and many blessings as we approach the holiday season.

4 thoughts on “My Story – Uterine (Endometrial) Cancer: Year Two Starts Today”

  1. Peace to you also, my dear daughter. Has been a worrisome year for you (and for those who love you). I am very grateful that on this date historical date 12-13-14 you are on the right path. May it continue and may you have peace and happiness in your coming days. I am thankful for you.


  2. That is a beautiful post one year after the surgery and after all the pre and post issues and traumas. You have put together a heartfelt, useful resource which can help many. Now your resources may blend with another’s across the pond for the benefit of even more. Your positivity shines. Thank you, Pam. Congratulations on being productive through it all. Wishing you continued health. Love always.


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