NASHVILLE, Tenn. - If you're a cancer patient arriving home from chemotherapy treatment, the last thing you want to do is clean your home. There's a local company that's stepping in to help and clean women's homes for free.
Andrea Bessone said, "It is the best part about my job and I know these ladies love it just as much as I do."
The cleaning company helps people like 31-year-old Jocelyn Limmer. Limmer is an artist who lives in Kingston Springs with her dog Max and husband Ted. Lately, an unexpected diagnosis has sent Jocelyn's life into a tailspin.
Limmer said, "We actually went to the doctor and I was 8 weeks pregnant... and then I found a lump in my breast."
With stage two breast cancer, and little Charlie on the way, she's exhausted.
Limmer said, "It's been a crazy time we're pushing through."