Sisters say pet pug helped them detect breast cancer
A pair of sisters in New Jersey say their pet pug named Daisy did an unintended breast exam on one of them, leading to a diagnosis, and prompted the other sister to get checked too.
mine was like a great And when she was like, Oh, mine's like, acclimatize. Like what? What a crazy story. Two sisters found their breast cancers because of a pug named Daisy. This'll one jumped on my chest and I was like, Oh, that kind of hurt. And then her big sister Amy found a lump while she was watching television in just a T shirt. No bra. The no broad part is important. Because once you put the bra on, she couldn't feel it anymore. What did it feel like? Like a a Clement time. But it was not protruding. Okay? Like their women. I know. I know. That sounds very large. And saying it turned out she was stage three, and it was in her lymph nodes. So both sisters, in their mid thirties got double mastectomies. But Amy also had chemo and radiation. The doctor says their prognosis are good. This is definitely a first for me. Generally, we recommend screening mammograms. Um, but, you know, whatever way we can Thio discover things as quickly as we can. Finding it fast was key. Okay. Back to Daisy. I for 100%. I know it was her and throughout my entire recovery. She's never She's never left my side, but she wasa gift from hubby Steve so props to him and some hard won wisdom. If you have, like, any kind of like England or you feel anything, even if you're under the age of 40 where you know you normally wouldn't get mammograms, just go to the doctor, get it checked. Self exam. Don't assume you're in the clear if you test negative for the Braca because again, none of us have that. But yet we still have this and nag each other to do self checks and get checked out, as all loving families do.