A few days ago, I posted a question on my blog asking if you could help me find the best eye exam I could for breast cancer.
I have a few years experience in the healthcare field and I have had to deal with many patients with a diagnosis of breast cancer, so I know what it’s like to see a diagnosis before the doctor even sees you.
So, if I had to pick one of the best eyes exams I have ever seen, I would have to say the examination in the office was probably the best.
As you can imagine, the procedure I had is different from what most people think of when they think of a good eye exam.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask them in the comments below.
The exam itself, the patient, and the patient’s response are all part of the process.
My wife and I are both retired and I would like to retire soon.
I have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the past and am currently on the waiting list for a stem cell transplant.
To find out if a breast cancer patient has a good history of eye exams, please visit the Breast Cancer Registry website and then click on the following link: http://breastcancer.org/index.php?title=Breast Cancer Registry&subtitle=Mature breast Cancer patients can choose to participate in a breast clinic.
I was able to find out more about the clinic by calling the number on the clinic website and waiting to speak to the nurse.
The nurse was able in the most accurate way possible to answer any questions I had about my symptoms, so the best part is that I was able, once again, to do a real eye exam for my breast cancer diagnosis.
For more information about the Breast Clinic, click here: Breast Clinic Website