Body movement to porta-cath area | Cancer Survivors Network
Photo: Provided. While attending the Anthony Munoz Leadership Seminar last Wednesday, Saylor, a junior at Ross High School Hamilton, Ohio and varsity tennis player, was asked to name an inspirational figure in her life. The query netted an easy response: Gerri Bolin. Bolin, the varsity boys and girls tennis coach at Ross High School, was recently crowned the Southwest Ohio Conference Co-Coach of the Year after a season where she endured chemotherapy and radiation while battling Stage 2 breast cancer. But she felt it necessary to open up about her journey that started on a seemingly normal day last March with hopes to spread a message of awareness to women.
Ross tennis coach Gerri Bolin battled breast cancer through two memorable seasons
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I get very little information from any medical personal about my porta-cath. It is supposed to stay in for 1 more year before it can be removed in the event of a cancer reocurrance. Part of my recovery deals with getting exercise. I force myself through it, although my body fights it all the way.