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My mom was diagnosed Dec. 3rd 2011 and is still going through treatments. I remember I kept calling her that day to see if the doctor had called back and kept praying that it wasn't breast cancer. When she told me it was I cried so hard I couldn't breath, after calming down some I drove to her house. I hugged her and didn't want to let go and we both cried, then she looked at me and told me it was all going to be alright, God will take care of me. She has always made things better for me when I was upset and I wish I could do the same for her and make this all go away. She is such a strong woman and such an inspiration to me. I truly have the best mom in the world, she's amazing. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, Stand a little taller, Doesn't mean I'm lonely when I'm alone, What doesn't kill you makes you fighter....My mom is strong and she's a fighter, she won't give up, she will survive this!
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