Women's Health

It Was More than a Rash: It was Breast Cancer

She hopes other women will learn from her story

Cordts said that she is at peace with her diagnosis because she knows she is surrounded by the endless love of her family, including her husband and two daughters. When she is not traveling and creating memories with them, she spends her time creating some awareness and education about IBC. “If we had worked faster there still could be hope for me. I’d live longer if they had caught it earlier, but that isn’t my journey. But it can be the next person’s journey. That’s why I’m sharing my story,” she said.