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Share Your Story: Brigitte Cutshall

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Share Your Story: Brigitte Cutshall

June 22, 2021

Share Your Story: Brigitte Cutshall

Brigitte is the founder of Gemini Media, host of Real Things Living Podcast, Author, a Health Advocate who focuses on delivering the best solutions to her clients. She’s an accomplished business professional in the communications, publishing, and print management industry.

  • 01:28: I first got diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006.
  • 04:17: And I kept saying what the hell is causing this?
  • 05:43: It’s called an acoustic neuroma.
  • 06:32: We’re just gonna radiate your brain. Excuse me?
  • 07:42: I chose a method called cyberknife.
  • 12:18: We would I call it the monster.
  • 13:09: I just wanted to be there for my sons to graduate.
  • 15:51: I had to be the fighter to find the solution.
  • 18:27: What were your before and after moments?
  • 21:26: My cancer, my health, and my family are a priority.
  • 22:10: I had my double mastectomy on my 49th birthday.
  • 23:38: What was your worst moment?
  • 24:36: What about your best moment?
  • 27:55: What is the one thing Bridget you wish you had known at the very beginning of that very first cancer journey?
  • 31:48: Wow those are some really nice ones.
  • 34:16: I think you should get two opinions and if those two opinions don’t match, get a third right?
  • 40:23: If you could do only one thing to improve health care in the US, what would it be and why?
  • 45:50: Thriver Rapid Fire Questions
  • 46:50: Tell us about the resources that you have for cancer patients and caregivers. 

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