My name is Bea and I’m in my 40s.  I am married to the love of my life.  I have three beautiful stepdaughters, four handsome grandsons and five beautiful grand daughters.  I have a husky mix who is high maintenance but adorable.  I have two cats – an 8 pound maine coone who is a giant ball of fur and a 27 pound domestic short hair tabby who rules the roost.  Over the past 10 years, I have had several medical issues, two knee surgery, gastric bypass surgery, and at 39, I was now in the home stretch of my life, living life and feeling great.  Until August 2012, when I was diagnosed with endometrial adenocarcinoma.  This is my story – the ups and downs of treatment and remission – learning to live life again as a cancer patient, and trying to stay cancer free.


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  1. Hi Bea,

    Glad to have found your blog and wow…27 pound tabby?! And we thought we had flabby tabbies!

    I love that you haven’t lost your strength to tell us your story. Looking forward to more posts.


    Sunny and Take Back Teal

  2. Hi Bea,

    I read your story on the fight like a girl website and it landed me here to your blog. After reading your story I find myself in a similar situation as yours. I am also a bariatric patient (VSG). Surgeon told me that my hormones would go nuts after the surgery but that they should balance out after 18 months. Well 2 years later and here I am. Abnormal Pap, heavy bleeding, pains in hips, and currently awaiting biopsy results.

    Thank you for sharing your story with us.

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