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I just celebrated my 2 yr cancer free mark September 13, 2012.

I am a needlephobe-big time!! However I had seen this tattoo and wanted it badly. So-I had it done to celebrate 2 yrs. My cousin is a 16 yr survivor and her daughter had the same one put on her wrist, as did her niece!

My daughter had a pink ribbon put on her ankle to celebrate.

Talk about a "Girl's Party"!!

We are all fighters-we can and will win this battle and the war!

My cousin and I are proud to "show" our daughters, nieces, cousins, etc Breast Cancer is NOT going to win in our family.

Lori Baker
Odessa, TX

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