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I never even thought of breast cancer.......why would I? No one in my family ever had it, so I was "immune". Wrong! Who would have believed that I'd have breast cancer at 71 years of age???
Why am I blessed? My mammogram was due in February but went one month later in March. They found a very small mass, which was cancer. (Blessing #1: if I'd have gone in February, doctor said they might not have found it because it was the size of a pea in March.
Blessing #2: did a lumpectomy and got it all. Thank you, Lord.
Blessing #3: did not need chemo; had 45 radiation treatments.)
Had a re-check in September and still cancer free. Again, thank you, Lord.
I'm also blessed with a wonderful family (children, grandchildren, cousins, aunt, 2nd cousins, etc.), who are so caring and thoughtful.
Add my special, great friends from home (Ohio) and the new friends I've made since moving to central Florida and that's why I've had a very special year thus far.
God bless all.
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