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Carolyn Choate

Carolyn Choate recently retired from the TV production industry to write full-time. Diagnosed at 45 with stage 3 estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer in 2003, she underwent two radical mastectomies - in 2003 and 2012 - without reconstruction. Carolyn credits Angela Brodie, Ph.D., and her discovery of the aromatase inhibitor, for saving her life and those of millions of women globally. In the summer of 2017, Carolyn and her older daughter kayaked from New Hampshire to Baltimore in tribute to Dr. Brodie. When not informing others about Dr. Brodie and the "living flat" movement, Carolyn enjoys gardening, cooking and RVing with her family and dog.
Carolyn Choate
I’m writing to say how much I missed you this Father’s Day. It’s hard to believe that it’s been eight years since I told you how much you mean to me in person. And to think you were so worried about my breast cancer recurring; the thought that your only child and mother of your granddaughters might suffer a long and painful death – as did your own mother – before you died yourself.
Carolyn Choate
You may have noticed I haven’t posted a blog lately. It could only mean one of two things: I ran out of things to say or, it’s gardening season. As my family is sure to attest, the former is impossible.
Carolyn Choate
I was the only flat-chested model among the group of fellow survivors of all types of cancers, as well as loved ones modeling in tribute to loved ones who succumbed to the disease.
Carolyn Choate
When I contemplate this latest benchmark in my life, my 15th year surviving stage 3b breast cancer, I confess there are times when I feel like it was just yesterday the Trickster Coyote – the Native American mythical creature of evil and bad omen – blindsided me, bent on taking me down in the one sacred place I felt I could take refuge from the world: my home.
Carolyn Choate
Can you believe I was invited to pay tribute to “Wonder Woman” in Baltimore last month? It’s true! I’ve never been so proud or excited. At 60 years old, that’s saying something.
Carolyn Choate
Breast cancer survivor Carolyn Choate is glad she's taken the opportunity to reevaluate her cancer experience and see it for what it truly was. And is.
In the big picture, my cancer experience - as harrowing and as close to death as it gets - dwarfs in comparison to the metastatic spread of gun violence in the United States.
Breast cancer survivor and flat-movement activist, Carolyn Choate, offers some rather interesting perspectives on some conventional social norms.
Carolyn Choate
With wit and wisdom, Carolyn Choate recounts the resilience of cancer survivors everywhere to outwit the enemy within.
Carolyn Choate
Why December is a good month to bug myself – and anyone in the Cancer Club – about changing it up.

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