By Sandra Bishnoi
After I found out I had no evidence of disease (NED), my gynecologic oncologist told me to "live life fully."
I am not sure what this really means, but based on my conversation with her, she was
trying to say I should move forward with my life without constantly thinking
Finding a "new normal" -- or a "new reality," as I like to say -- is a process most cancer patients go through. But knowing this hasn't made this process any easier, as my thoughts have changed with the different stages of my inflammatory breast cancer treatment.
Returning to work after inflammatory breast cancer treatment
I was a full-time assistant professor in chemistry when I was diagnosed with stage IV inflammatory breast cancer.