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So we watch the video...next we meet with my surgeon. They have me put on a gown. The Surgeon comes in and immediately examines me.
Then when I sit up she tells me... well because of the size and location of the Tumor. You are a stage 3 and it is Invasive, So, we are going to start with 4 months of Chemo to shrink it and get anything that might have traveled in the blood stream, then the Surgery followed by 33 sessions of Radiation. I'm sure at this time my jaw hit the floor. Mike said that my face went white. I looked over at the both of them and they looked like they had just lost a puppy. Ok so now the shock is over let's move on!! In my mind it was the worst news for my situation but, I know that with the support that I have from friends and family anything is possible. I have decided this is an adventure and I will get through this. I love reading all the stories from all the strong women who have survived Cancer and I am ready! Also, the very next day I got to watch my daughter Samantha swear in to the United states Air Force! Definitely a proud mama moment. So come on CANCER... BRING IT ON!!
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