By Roxanne McKnight
Cancer was the last thing on Cindy Janecka’s mind in August 2005. She was not supposed to get breast cancer. She was only 37, healthy, felt great and had no cancer in her family – but she had gotten a mammogram and received the dreaded report from the medical test that yes, it was cancer.
Janecka’s life was filled with everything she had wanted; she was a wife, mother to three children, had a home, a successful career as an individual and family therapist, taught Sunday school.
“I was stunned; I was shocked,” Janecka said. “I felt I had too much going on in life. This couldn’t possibly be happening. I don’t have time to have cancer. I’m too busy to have cancer. And I had no symptoms – there was nothing that gave me any indication I was sick or there was anything wrong with me.
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