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Barbara Carlos

In July 2011 Barbara Carlos was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. A resident of Hawaii, she works in administrative support at a college and has retirement as her career goal. Music keeps her sane, as side effects of chemo and radiation linger. Overweight since childhood, she keeps trying to lose the estrogen-laden fat that her cancer loves.
Barbara Carlos
The first time I heard that term I didn't know what they were talking about. Even now my brain goes a little bit crazy when that term is applied to lingerie.
Barbara Carlos
Although I was aware of lymphedema, it wasn't really something on my radar screen, until I heard those words.
Barbara Carlos
A cancer survivor's visit to the dentist turns into a medical issue.
Barbara Carlos
To most of the world, the day I had a mastectomy was just another day. But to me, it was the start of so many changes in my life.
Barbara Carlos
During cancer treatment, patients lose a lot of things, but one thing that’s constantly noticed is hair loss.
Barbara Carlos
When my oncologist asked me if I would consider being in a clinical trial, my answer was immediate.
Barbara Carlos
Prosthesis is another word added to my cancer vocabulary.
Barbara Carlos
Chemo brain is one of the many side effects of chemotherapy that can affect us. If you have it, you may not even notice that you have it at first.
Barbara Carlos
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so be prepared to see pink everywhere you turn.
Barbara Carlos
At one time, the word “cancer” was only whispered and never spoken out loud. Times change, but sometimes it’s hard to let those you work with know that you have/had cancer.
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