IN 2009, Stacey Hines led a very busy life. She had recently relocated to Jamaica from Atlanta with her husband and three children, to help head a start-up software company that, shortly after, was acquired by a Canadian firm. This meant that, once again, Hines had to uproot her family and move. This time, to Canada.
With all she had going on, breast cancer was not something she even thought about. But soon it would dominate her world. “My best friend was diagnosed with melanoma, but nothing in my circle or conversations had (anything to do with) breast cancer,” she told Flair in a very revealing interview.
Hines noted that she had been fairly diligent with her health in sticking to her annual full check-ups. She had one in October of 2009 and everything was fine. But