Tuesday, November 15, 2005
The day has arrived. I have avoided talking about this so that I could avoid the build-up in case I was delayed once again. In just two weeks it will be a year that the tissue expanders were put in place. Today they will be replaced with permanent, more user friendly implants. I will also have my scars revised so that my breasts no longer have corners and the excess skin on the sides will be removed. This is a good day indeed.

Even though I will still have two more minor in-office procedures when these scars heal (details, details), this feels like the end of a long haul on the journey. While it has only been about a year and half since this all began, in reality it feels like an eternity. Welcome to the next phase . . .
Written by Jeannette Vagnozzi
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Name: Jeannette
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This is my story about being diagnosed with breast cancer at age 39. I thought I was out of the woods, but four years late it came back. This is my quest to be a two-time survivor.

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