Episode 73: Switching Up the Standard of Care with Stacey Tinianov

Did you know that you have choices when it comes to treating your cancer? You CAN be in charge of your health and have the personalized care you want! My guest this week, Stacey Tinianov, is a mom, caregiver, and stage 0 breast cancer survivor. When she received her diagnosis at only 40 years old, she knew the standard of care was not for her, and she has a message to share for anyone else who feels the same.

In this episode, Stacey dives into the challenge of rejecting a standard of care, what treatment path she chose instead, and her TOP TIPS to be better prepared if cancer finds its way into your life. 

We’re exploring: 

  • What it meant for her to have breast cancer at the same time as her mom
  • Why Stacey advocated for the Oncotype DX™ test—and what it revealed
  • Some SURPRISING statistics about Tamoxifen
  • How to achieve personalized care and engage with the healthcare system
  • What you might not know about obesity & breast cancer
  • The #1 way we spoke up about drug side effects (this is SO important!)
  • And so much more!

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