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On July 7, 2015 while at visiting my sister out of town, I got the call from my family doctor that I had triple positive breast cancer. I decided I was going to fight this with a positive attitude. I had a lumpectomy/node removal in Aug./15 and started my 6 rounds of chemo on Sept.9/15. My last day of chemo was Christmas Eve and I was blessed to be surrounded by my family and friends. I will be starting my 21 rounds of radiation this January and will continue with my Herceptin well into the fall. I am thankful for the amazing support I received from my family and friends and of course God, who is giving me the strength along this journey. Bring on 2016!

Sault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada

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