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I am writing in behalf of my wife and best friend Karen. She wants no special treatment even though she is now going through breast cancer for the 4th time in under 6 years. Stop and think about that. Surgeries, chemo, radiation, tests, and Dr. visits almost continually for 6 years. And she remains an advocate for BC in our community, attending fund raisers and support groups to be a role model for others. Never thinking she can use the support herself.
Sure, Karen would love to be like many others we've met in our "cancer travels", get diagnosed, maybe have surgery, some chemo, and possibly radiation treatment and then be cured. Too bad, Karen says, "I sure haven't gone about this the easy way!" She calls herself "a high maintenance woman." Not like some women in other ways. Hair, nails, fine clothing etc.... Olny through her constant cancer treatment. But guess what, Karen is still here!!! She rarely complains and is living her life like every day really matters, with a huge emphasis on family. Especially the light of her eye our beautiful little granddaughter Jaelynn!
So whatever your story, don't give up. Life is a precious gift. Live every day to it's fullest. Sure you will encounter some bumps in the road. Cancer is an evil monster. We almost all knew someone that has lost their battle to cancer. But with faith, a positive attitude, good Dr's., and the latest treatments, you can live a very productive after cancer life for many years!!!
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