Case Study Of Sandra Bishnoi

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Sandra Bishnoi was diagnosed with stage four cancer on January 2011. When diagnosed with this disease, she was a wife, mother of two, scientist in Chicago and a chemistry professor. Having cancer with two children ages one and four has scared and caused emotion. The oncologist considered her to do a two year plan because of how serious her condition was. Bishnoi children have helped her become a stronger person. When she didn’t have the energy, she found some to take care of their needs. Family, Friends, and neighbor were there to help her through this process. Sandra Bishnoi left her career as a chemistry professor to focus on her family and most importantly herself. Sandra Bishnoi states “My diagnosis has permanently changed my life forever, …show more content…
These lumps can be uneven or hard. Change in size, shape or feeling of the breast or nipple. Also fluids discharge from nipples such as blood, clear to yellow fluids or green, or pus looking. Test and exams that are done are the Breast MRI. These identify the breast lumps or evaluate abnormal changes on a mammogram. Breast ultrasound show solid of fluid filled lumps. The breast Biopsy is different surgical ways they can look. One way is the needle way which they draw sample fluid and tissue from the lump to examine. Lumpectomy is when all or part of the lump is removed and tested for malignancy. CT scan is a type that looks to see if it has spread outside the breast area. And a PET scan is to see if it has spread throughout the …show more content…
If you have a family, everyone should know, even the children no matter how young they are. Keeping things like this shouldn’t be thought of. Letting the younger children especially know would make a relationship in the family worth more and have more trust within each other. No one is off limits when it comes to having breast cancer. You never know what will happen when you are keeping a secret from your children. If you pass away without telling them they would grow up worrying about why you didn’t explain to them that this would happen to you. When keeping things like this a secret it is not always a good thing. Children can sense that something is wrong when their parent is under stress and the household routine changes. Children also pick up on conversations that they parents have when they are worried. When they listen to the conversations they may think that what you are talking about is worse than what they are. Also everyone has that one person in their family that can’t keep a secret. It won’t take long before they hear about your medical condition from someone

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