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My Mom just passed away at the age of 90 on August 4, 2012, but it was not from cancer. My Mom was a wonderful example of being able to beat cancer and continue a long wonderful life. She was first diagnosed at age 49 with invasive breast cancer in 1971. She had a radical mastectomy and at that time the only treatment was massive doses of radiation. Despite being "burned" from the radiation treatments, she still raised all 3 of us children. She remained cancer free for 30 more years when the cancer reappeared on the other breast. At the wonderful age of 79, she immediately chose to have another mastectomy on that side. Fortunately that operation got all of the cancer and she had to have no treatments. Mom always remained so extremely positive, upbeat, and was never bitter because of what affected her. She was an inspiration to so many and was a shining example of having a wonderful productive life. Mom traveled the world and never let anything get her down. Heaven has just gained another beautiful angel. I love you Mom.
Dennis Sherrod - son of Ruth Sherrod
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