They Were Throwing Medical Jargon at Me, So I Said, "Stop!"


"Just talk to me in layman's terms, cause I'm already confused" (:43)
Pamilla's doctor needed to tell her the breast cancer was aggressive—and Pamilla needed to hear it in plain English.

Pamilla, 57, was upset about her breast cancer diagnosis—the idea that the cancer was taking over her body and that she had no control was driving her crazy. Then came a barrage of technical terms she'd never heard before. She demanded a translation.

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