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I too have had breast cancer, I'm a 6 year survivor! When I was called by the surgeon to come back and see him I knew exactly what he was going to say to me and that was that I had breast cancer! The shock of being told that is probably the worst! When I started chemo I never let it creep into my mind that this could possibly end my life, I always looked straight ahead knowing that I would beat it and be a better person for it! The most important advice I could give anyone facing cancer and its treatments is to stay focused that you are going to beat it!!! A big thank you to my cancer dr. surgeon and cancer nurses and staff who always helped me to keep up beat and most of all to my husband Don and the good lord above for giving me the strength to get through it!
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