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Just about two years ago, I woke up at 4 AM with discomfort in my left breast. After checking the area, I realized that I felt a lump in it. I immediately started to panic. That moment started my discovery and battle with breast cancer. Within two weeks, I saw a doctor, got referred for a mammogram, had an MRI and a biopsy. Then I fell on my kitchen floor when told over the phone that I had cancer. Next up was a lumpectomoy and 33 treatments of radiation. My world was turned upside down... but I beat cancer and I survived!! It was a rough journey but thanks to the support of my friends, I got through it. I am a proud survivor!!
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