My name is Keisha Frazier and in May of 2017 I was diagnosed with breast cancer. The news hit me hard and I was in denial for a while. I kept saying, “but we don’t even have the biopsy results yet” (I hadn’t even had the biopsy itself yet)! What I would say to someone just getting their diagnosis: Give yourself time to take it all in and research as much as you can about your options. Also know that you are not alone even though you may feel that way. Trust your faith that you will get through the tough times and beat this awful disease. The research I did along with my Dad felt like we were back in school. That’s why call it fighting cancer with “CLASS”, plus I made a vow to myself to always look cute when I went to my treatments! LOL. Having breast cancer changed my outlook on life period. My Dad and I always say; “You just never know what someone is going through” whether they look it or not. My strength during treatment came from a positive outlook, taking supplements to help with the side effects along with the meds given to me pre-treatment, and resting as much as possible—keeping down unwanted stress. The support of my parents, co-workers, care-takers, and doctors I found very helpful. A year and a half out and I still find it helpful. Co-Survivors can always be there for you in constant support of your lifestyle changes, your mission to stay cancer free, and encourage you to always be your very best you.