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I was diagnosed with Stage 2 cancer in September of 2011. I went for my yearly mammogram and was shocked to find out that I did have cancer. Breast cancer does not run in my family, but since learning about cancer that makes no difference. I am today cancer free, but still have four years to go to be out of the woods. I did not have a strong support group, but my husband has been with me every step of the way. The cancer center that I received treatment was so extraordinary that they felt like family. I know that a positive attitude can help and I continue to be up beat. Share your fears with those closes to you. Their support can give you a tremendous feeling and help those fears that you may have.
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