No Alison, 3 different ones, although two in the same general area. I didn't add my niece into the above mix as she had lung cancer (smoker) but even though she kept saying she didn't think the cancer was gone they told her she was imagining it as it's a natural reaction. She was right, they were wrong and she died at 43, three years ago leaving two young children.
Our daughter in law had a rough ride but pulled through and never made a fuss about the breast.
Our grandson is now nearly 19. Aggressive, experimental treatment (there isn't a treatment plan for that particular cancer especially in children) has left him with a few problems but he is still with us and a qualified sailing instructor
Our daughter, makes no issues about having to carry a colostomy bag around with her. She regards the stoma as her little life saver. Her only regret and anger is that she was never taken seriously.
Our daughter's diagnosis was only one year after her son's and at one time they were both being treated together, although he had reached the interferon stage by then.
Then of course, we come to PC. There was no way we could make a fuss with all the rest of it behind us.
Like our grandson said when he was 13, "You just have to get on with it. You're not brave - you have no choice"
It does make you stop and wonder occasionally though where the next bolt from the blue is going to come from !