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Triple Negative

I had lost two of the most important men in my life to cancer; my dad in January 2005 and my husband in May 2011. I was a 40-year-old widow who has suffered enough — don't I get some sort of pass? Cancer did not fit into my life plan. But then I was diagnosed with aggressive triple negative invasive ductile carcinoma...

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Choosing To Fight

My family history of breast cancer was long. I've lost my mother, and several members of my father's family have fought this battle. So, after more than 6 years of mammos, ultrasounds, MRI's, biopsies and lumpectomies, including an MRI the day before my wedding, I decided I'd had enough…

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And It's Cancer

Tough words. So many new words. On Nov 5, 2014 at 47 years old I went for my annual mammogram. I was diagnosed with DCIS Stage 1, ER/PR +, HER-. I was engaged to be married June 2015. We have 6 kids between us and 3 grandbabies. My family needed me. I had my career, my marathon training...

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