An 'insurance policy': SCCA's Oncoreproduction Clinic helps people with cancer plan families for the future
Chenault had a lot to look forward to as last summer approached. With her MBA from Yale in hand, she had landed a job in Seattle as a management consultant. Before making the cross-country move, she and her partner had planned a months-long journey abroad, traveling through Spain and Morocco, with a quick trip to New York City to attend a wedding before heading to India. That was before everything changed. While on the first leg of the trip, Chenault, who is 30, felt a lump on her neck. When it didn’t go away, she stopped into an urgent care center in New York to get it checked out. The PA who saw her suspected lymphoma and urged her to get a CT scan, which she did on the Friday before her scheduled Monday flight to India.