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My mom Debra Elizabeth Brown lost her fight with Breast Cancer on 3/21/07, at the age of 46. We all knew she had cancer, and expected her to win her fight.

She found out she only had months to live, and kept that away from everyone, no one knew. She wanted to spare everyone's feelings, yet she suffered all alone, by knowing she was dying!!!!!!

The last two weeks of her life, I was by her side, and never knew she was dying! We were all in such shock, that she died. We all continue to mourn our loss, and miss her so much..

We love, and miss you so much mom........R-I-P

Lisa Brown
Detroit, MI

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