I want people to be educated on cancer and their options before receiving the diagnosis

I want people to be educated on cancer and their options before receiving the diagnosis

September 14, 2019 0 By Ronny Jaskolski


First and foremost, by educating, talking
about it, being open, letting people know it’s okay to ask me a
question. It’s okay. No matter how personal you think it is, I
tend to kind of not be shocked by much. And I’m very open. So I think just
communicating with other people, reaching out to people that you think
could potentially use the information. I think the frustrating part is most women
don’t educate themselves about these things until it’s too late, until
they’ve received that diagnosis. And then once you do, panic sets in and
you just listen to your doctor because that’s… Oh, get it out of me, get it out
of me. You don’t have that time to think about options a lot. So if we can educate
people prior to them getting the diagnosis and saying, “Hey, you know, I saw this
article or I’ve talked to this person and they have told me this is what I could
do,” that this is…where we’re at here is the first step for me, yeah.