Angela sat shocked, her eyes filled with tears and fear. She had just heard the words “It’s cancer.” How could that be possible? She was a 35-year-old mother of three who breastfed her babies, kept her diet in check, and exercised regularly. She worked part-time for a law firm, mostly at home, and the plan was to go back full-time as soon as the youngest started school in a year. Life was good. But cancer? Was life going to change and her personal and professional plans destroyed? Would her dreams be replaced with treatments, side effects, and an unknown future? Angela felt lost and alone.