Breast Cancer Facts, 10/29

I love my palliative care doctor so much that I wrote a whole blog post about my experiences. You can read that here. Palliative care is not hospice and anyone diagnosed with a serious illness, terminal or chronic, can benefit from palliative care. As I ended my blog post linked here, everyone deserves to have someone fully invested and focused on your quality of life.

9 thoughts on “Breast Cancer Facts, 10/29

      1. Iโ€™m sure they could be! Iโ€™ve not heard of anything specific but my palliative doctor is very open to anything Iโ€™ve asked for help on. Sheโ€™s the one who got me the handicapped sticker and always asks about me as a whole person. Iโ€™m sure if someone needed a therapy dog for any reason, a palliative care doc could help.

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      2. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š I’m really glad you have that doc on your treatment team. I really love animal therapy, just the idea of it and what it does and can do. I’ve read articles about parrots helping soldiers/others with PTSD. It’s amazing. Have a good day! ๐Ÿฆœ

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