Throughout Meg Gaffney’s battle with breast cancer, she’s marked milestones. But this may be the most important of them all — the first look in the mirror after her final reconstruction surgery.
Des Cummings is the Executive Vice President of Florida Hospital and Chairman of the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. Hear Des talk about building a business on a foundation of love, ethics and spirituality.
Penny Jones wanted to make a difference in her life, her children’s lives, and in her community. She didn’t have a lot of time or a lot of money. What she did have was a lot of love, and that proved to be more than enough.
Meg Gaffney goes under the knife for what she hopes is the final time in her recovery from breast cancer. The next step is a nipple tattoo — the first of its kind!
She’s gone under the knife, and now Meg Gaffney is looking forward to the needle! But finding the right tattoo artist to help her end her breast cancer battle has turned out to be tougher than she thought.
From the day she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Meg Gaffney was her own advocate. So it’s no surprise that she’s forging her own way with recovery and reconstruction; including a plan that even her doctor admits he’s never seen before.
Meg Gaffney surprised doctors and friends by rejecting chemotherapy, dropping out of radiation therapy after one treatment, and opting for a bilateral mastectomy. As a nurse and a patient, Meg is her own advocate, even moments before surgery.