“And I remember saying to him when he told me it might not be cancer. I remember saying him like look, I’ve already accepted that I have cancer. So please don’t tell me that I don’t have can’t that I might not have cancer because and I’m going to go back and you know, I don’t want to have empty hope. Like I’m the type of person that I’m going to expect the worst and be prepared for it mentally and then if it is better than I expected, that’s great. But I told him I said, please don’t tell me I don’t have cancer until you know, 100%.” – Jennifer Keddy
Head over and listen to part two of Jennifer Keddy’s inspiring journey.