May Patient Perspective

Lynn Stoudt It was still a very surreal moment when I was told that I had breast cancer, despite having multiple biopsies over the past 20 years.  The next 6 weeks I was overwhelmed with appointments, procedures and decisions about my treatment plan and surgeon while still trying to function at work and home. I […]

April Patient Perspective

Karen Hamlin Six years ago, I was diagnosed with Inflammatory Breast Cancer (IBC). I chose full treatment- chemotherapy, bilateral surgery, radiation, and hormone therapy. I exercise, watch my diet, maintain a spiritually positive attitude, and continue to work even since my retirement. However, there are risks and side effects of treatment.  At the beginning of […]

March Patient Perspective

March 2015 Patient Perspective

Amena Mitchell In the spring of 2011 I noticed a small lump in the lower, inner quadrant of my right breast. I immediately panicked and called my doctor. I was scheduled for a mammogram shortly thereafter and was advised that it was a benign cyst and some calcification. Over the course of the following two […]

TurningPoint’s Jill Binkley on 11Alive News

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 11Alive interviewed our own Jill Binkley helping to educate and create awareness about all the factors and support available to women on their recovery journey. TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation helps to support hundreds of patients each year. Exercise is a critical component. Watch the video here: