Office on Women's Health Blog
"The reality at first is such a shock, and there's a lot of denial," says Terri. "But once I had accepted my situation, I realized, 'I can do this.'"
Women's health was largely ignored in the halls of public policy, at the research bench, and in clinical settings when I was appointed the first.
Earnest Evans, Sharon Evans
In July 2013, my wife Sharon was diagnosed with both lung and breast cancer. My immediate thought was that I would need to resign from my job as a vice president for sales of an education company in order to become a full-time caregiver.