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My story could never compare to all the stories I've read. You ladies are my heroes. I'm currently in the probing stage and know nothing of what is to come. I thought it couldn't happen to me. I'm only 34. I've breastfed all my children. I don't ask why me. I'm thankful for the life I've had and the people I've shared it with. I'm a mom to many. A person I love with all my heart once said, "some children come from the womb and others from the heart." She's right! I'm a mom to 10, some from the womb and others from the heart. My doctors are tactful. They call it "breast disease." May 18 is the D-day. (Decision day) I'm thankful through it all. I know my story jumps from one subject to another but what I'm trying to say is cancer can happen to anyone. I have a wonderful fiance and the best children a mother could ever ask for. I'm blessed! Now I just have to wait. I have already been told it's malignant and I can honestly say the wait is the worse part of it all. God bless you all, mothers, sisters, daughters, friends, husbands, sons. The journey is bumpy but not imposible.
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