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I was diagnosed with breast cancer 7 months ago at the age of 28. Of course I was shocked as usual. But then I trusted my doctor and had a successful operation. It was early diagnosis but because of my age I had to have chemotherapy for 6 courses and radiotherapy for 30 days. I lost my hair, eyebrows and eyelashes had terrible days sometimes but that was all. I finished my cancer treatment 2 weeks ago. And now I have my hair, eyelashes and eyebrows. Last 7 months were like a sad dream but it thought me lots of things. I am more optimistic, mature and happy now. I thank my god that I have a future now. I feel myself lucky cause I came across with the easiest type of cancer and had a chance to survive. I hope that everybody who has this problem will survive. Don't forget that however dark the night is, the dawn will break. And we'll live see sunny days again:)
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