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At the age of 28 I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer stage 2. As a young single woman I cannot take to under go mastectomy operation and It took me months to accept the reality. Since then I have undergone Chemotheraphy because I have seen worriness inside the home in which I will not suppose to have it becaue poeple told im going get bald, etc.

With the help of some friends from the charismatic organization I was able to accept things or reality that have happened in me then I submit myself to GOD from that moment. It was the most painful experience I've ever had in my entire life, emotionally and physically but with prayers I was able to surpass 4 sessions in my Chemotheraphy out of six. Now I am working in a call center company for a living.

Thank you,


Cebu City, Philippines, Philippines

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