But then I realize that I lived through my own rare and tragic pregnancy, and the likelihood of lightning striking twice (as the old saying goes) is, well, unlikely. And when I come across other women's stories, I'm quickly reminded of how it could always be worse.
Such is the case with the latest news about a new mom in upstate New York who had to have an emergency C-section for (at the time) unknown reasons, only to quickly be diagnosed with an incredibly rare form of cancer that is directly related to being pregnant.
She's currently on life support, while her twins -- born nine weeks early weighing about three pounds each -- fight like champs in the NICU.
According to the NY Daily News article, the 26-year-old mom underwent a successful emergencyRead More »from A Rare Pregnancy-Related Cancer Every Woman Should Know About