Advice from nurses: What to do when you’re diagnosed with breast cancer


It’s a diagnosis no one wants to receive: breast cancer. In those confusing, difficult days after the diagnosis, it’s hard to know what you should be doing and who you should be turning to for help.

We know nurses are there on the front lines, fighting cancer with their patients every single day, so we asked our Facebook fans for the advice they’d give a newly-diagnosed breast cancer patient. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, read on for their smart, touching and strengthening words of wisdom.


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