The Story of Islan’s Chelsea Mom As Fighting Breast Cancer
Breast cancer is one of the diseases that cause the death rate continues to increase in women. According to WHO (World Health Organization), one in eight women at risk of breast cancer.Lack of awareness of the risk of this disease that makes the death rate is increasing. Therefore, many breast cancer fighters are always promoting the BSE preventive phase (check their own breasts) to awaken the women everywhere. One cancer fighter who constantly voiced BSE is the mother of famous actress Chelsea Islan, Samantha Barbara. Samantha was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013.
“” I have no symptoms at all. I was told my friend if he got stage four breast cancer, now it triger me for breast check, “” Samantha told detikHealth when met after Indonesian press conference Goes Pink in Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta, Tuesday (11/7) /2017). Read also: Chelsea Islan Campaign Following Breast Cancer Checks Due to accidentally examine the breasts, was found a five-centimeter bump in the left breast. Doctors diagnose breast cancer stage 2B
Who does not shock it turns out this cancer. The word ‘cancer’ is a shock, of course when it did not believe, do not know what to do, “” Samantha said. Without delay he immediately undergo surgical removal of the breast after two weeks of diagnosis. A series of medications he has been undergoing, ranging from chemotherapy for 1.5 years and running radiation as much as 33 times. Also read: Chelsea Islan Unveiled Bahagianya Have Brother Lift Brain Cancer Patients After a series of treatments, Samantha finally enjoy life without cancer pressure. “Now it’s zero, but it must be chek up,” “he added. Because Samantha felt a very tough struggle to survive, he admitted to motivate others to raise awareness of how dangerous this one disease
Perform BSE within 7-10 days after menstruation. Because at that time in the breast is preparing hormones. If you feel a lump immediately check to the doctor, “” he concluded.Lead also: Leni Struggle, Cake Sale to Fight Stage Four Breast Cancer
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