Fatigue from cancer treatment is unlike anything else.
Tiffany Olsen Breast Cancer Survivor
Tiffany was diagnosed with Stage II Breast Cancer at the age of 32. She found a lump two years before she was diagnosed, being told twice that it was fibrocystic breast tissue. When it continued to grow and become more and more painful, she asked a different doctor, who recommended an ultrasound, which led to a biopsy, and the diagnosis of grade III invasive ductal carcinoma, 16 days after she and her husband were married.
Tiffany was treated at Sanford Roger Maris Cancer Center in Fargo, ND where she underwent 6 rounds of chemotherapy, a lumpectomy, 30 rounds of radiation therapy, and where she continues to do hormone therapy.