Like many women facing breast cancer, MaryEllen Sheppard had concerns over how she would feel after her chemotherapy treatments.
Would she be able to go to work?
Would the chemotherapy leave her feeling ill and exhausted?
How long would it be until she inevitably lost her hair?
When you last saw MaryEllen in Episode 1, she began her treatment for her triple negative breast cancer diagnosis at Mayo Clinic in Arizona.
In this latest installment of Mayo’s multi-part video series, MaryEllen will fill you in on how she felt after two rounds of chemotherapy and if the experience was what she expected.
You will also meet key members of MaryEllen’s treatment team. Oncologist Donald Northfelt, M.D., associate medical director of the Breast Clinic at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, will share what triple negative breast cancer is and what MaryEllen is facing. And you also will meet Nancy Ledoyen, RN, operations manager of hematology/oncology, who will explain what chemotherapy is and how it has advanced over the years.
Below is the bonus footage of Dr. Northfelt discussing what makes treatment at Mayo Clinic unique.
As always, please feel free to post a comment about the series or a message to MaryEllen after each episode.