The "guests" on this program are the callers, and they're treated with careful respect, rather than being rushed, dismissed, and replaced. Topics covered in this 1-hour broadcast: Fear, Cancer
I’ll never forget the doctor’s words … “You have cancer. You will have a mastectomy. You will lose your hair.” The doctor delivers these words matter-of-factly, as I sit on the examining table—absolutely stunned. My diagnosis felt like an ambush.
"I've just discovered that I have breast cancer. How can I face this reality?"
Like me, perhaps your life has been shaken by news that someone you love has cancer. Of course, this kind of diagnosis is alarming, especially if that “someone” is you—or, in my case, me. Having personally experienced cancer and also having had several people dear to my heart that have been down this precarious road, I know this for certain: A cancer diagnosis never loses its appalling punch.