Pam was diagnosed during a routine procedure with Stage 3 pancreatic cancer. If you know how rare it is to be diagnosed at anything but stage 4 pancreatic, it’s rare. However, the cancer did progress and she is currently living NED with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. Another anomaly. It’s very rare that when diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer that there is much that can be done, however, she went through treatment and is currently living No Evidence Of Disease (NED). She is an amazing soul with a beautiful 12 year old son named Jordan. She is back at work and enjoying life to it’s fullest. She had never had professional hair and makeup or a photoshoot before, so she was very unsure as to what to do, but she quickly got the hang of it… I always tell my ladies the first 5-10 minutes are awkward. I show them a few images from those few minutes and they just BLOSSOM! They are in amazement that they can look so beautiful…. then out came the shoulders, the hips and the mojo! Stella got her groove! Thank GOD for that procedure that has given her this extra time. As we know Stage 4 is hard, it can change from scan to scan. All cancer is hard… there is no guarantee. Stage 0,1,2,3. It doesn’t matter… it can move and it gets smart. It’s a scary beast, especially those living the nightmare. Most of us try to forget… and as easy as that sounds, it’s very hard to do. There are daily reminders.
Ms. Pam… you rocked your photo shoot! You are a true survivor and you were absolutely stunning! Here are a few highlights from her shoot…
Many thanks to:
Venue: The Bottle Factory | Monroe
Hair & Makeup: Makeup Your Face | Glow Beauty & Lash