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Fearless For Love

I'm 38, and was recently diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time. My first diagnosis was 10 years ago. I wasn't really shocked as much as disappointed that it had come back. I was getting my routine check-ups every year, exercising and eating right. I knew this time wouldn't be as easy as the first...

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