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Suzette Lipscomb has done the cancer dance twice in her young life. Originally diagnosed with an aggressive form of invasive ductal breast cancer at 36, she endured six long months of chemotherapy and then surgery. She was cancer free for six years before a recurrence in 2008. The second time around, she was a mother to a young child and her treatment involved multiple surgeries, but no additional chemo.

Suzette strives to help women connect to their intuition through their heart, body and mind, and to use that power throughout their diagnosis to confidently make decisions about their treatment. Her hope is that Eastern and Western medicine finds a way to complement each other in the treatment and recovery of the disease.

When she’s not blogging for Everyday Health, Suzette writes about luxury vacation destinations. She's a frequent contributor to Coast Magazine, and is working on a forthcoming book about her experiences. In addition to her writing career, she is sought after public speaker, and a long time expert in the mortgage finance arena. She runs the mortgage company she founded 15 years ago in Laguna Beach, Calif.

Her award-winning blog has been featured at multiple websites, and it was named a Top Ten Breast Cancer Blog of the Year. She currently lives in Southern California with her miracle daughter.

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About The Author

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Suzette Lipscomb has done the cancer dance twice in her young life. Originally diagnosed with an aggressive form of invasive ductal breast cancer at 36, she endured six long months of chemotherapy and then surgery. She was cancer free for six years before a recurrence in 2008. The second time around, she was a mother to a young child and her treatment involved multiple surgeries, but no additional chemo.

Suzette strives to help women connect to their intuition through their heart, body and mind, and to use that power throughout their diagnosis to confidently make decisions about their treatment. Her hope is that Eastern and Western medicine finds a way to complement each other in the treatment and recovery of the disease.

When she’s not blogging for Everyday Health, Suzette writes about luxury vacation destinations.






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