Battling Cancer and Fighting for Our Country
How Cancer Survivors and the U.S. Share Courage
Southwest Women’s Oncology patient Judy Norman and her husband, Chief Master Sargent Kevin Norman share their story on how the fight against cancer and the fight for our country both take a tremendous amount of courage.
We want to thank Judy and Kevin Norman for sharing their story with us and the community. This video was shared at the first annual Warriors for Warriors event.
“They were very empathetic, very knowledgeable, very efficient and they are my friends today. I love them all. I come in here just to say hi to everybody and Dr. Finkelstein. I have complete and total trust in her and her abilities. Everything she has told me and done is just above board and I have complete faith in her.”
“I was so comforted and excited to have someone listen and hear what I had to say and actually supported me. I appreciated the balance immensely of true knowledge and willingness to be open to what I was finding in regard to alternative medicine.”
“I’m grateful that Karen came into my life. She has so much integrity and love for her patients and if you end up here you are in a good place.”
“She made sure I understood everything. If I had questions after hours, I could always call her on her cell. I never felt like I was a burden. I know Dr. Finkelstein is here for me.”
“I was very impressed when I met Dr. Finkelstein. She was relatable. She has two young children and a career. I have two young children and a career.”
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