Clea Shearer makes use of the power she has in between most cancers therapies to assist her youngsters.
“The Home Edit” star shared on Instagram she had her fourth spherical of Taxol chemo remedy on Thursday. Whereas Shearer has mentioned up to now that earlier AC chemo therapies left her in “agony” and had been “a living hell,” she described the Taxol chemo remedy as “way more tolerable.”
Shearer wrote in her submit caption that her newest chemo appointment was on the identical day her daughter was cheerleading, and that she determined to go see her post-treatment.
“I might have had my fourth round of chemo today, but it didn’t stop me from being a cheer mom at night,” she enthusiastically mentioned on Instagram. “I turned into a full momager screaming, ‘you’re doing great sweetie!’ Which is probably why Stella made me stand 10 feet away at all times.”
Shearer first talked about that she was switching from AC to Taxol remedy in an Instagram submit on July 14.
“Chemo builds in your system, and since AC is so brutal, it took *everything* out of me at the end,” Shearer wrote, saying that Taxol, on the opposite hand, “has its own side effects to deal with” however general is extra bearable.
“I’ll take the wins where I can get them,” she continued.
On July 5, Shearer shared in an Instagram replace that in complete, she had 12 weeks of Taxol chemo therapies adopted by 5 weeks of radiation. She mentioned the toughest half is behind her and he or she’s hopeful.
“It all gets easier from here and I couldn’t be happier,” she mentioned on Instagram.
Shearer publicly introduced her breast most cancers analysis on Instagram April 8. She mentioned she found the lump herself after having issue reserving a physician’s appointment with her Obstetrician and having to advocate for the care she wanted.
She mentioned she desires different ladies to make use of her journey as inspiration to do the identical.
“It’s a personal choice to make this public, but sharing my experience makes cancer feel purposeful. If I can convince any of you to self-examine on a regular basis, self-advocate always, and to prioritize your health over your busy schedules — then this will have meant something,” Shearer wrote.