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I was diagnosed with breast cancer in early November 2002, and had a lumpectomy the day before Thanksgiving. There was no metatasis, and had 37 radiation treatments, and have been fine since then.

Hiowever, I was diagnosed with Endometrial cancer in the fall of 2003, and had a Hysterectomy in November, 2003. No further treatment was needed then.

Then I had a lesion on the bridge of my nose, in the fall of 2008, diagnosed os basal cell skin cancer. And had that removed in January of this year. No further treatment.

I consider myself very fortunate that I came through these experiences so well. Praise the Lord!

Anonymous
Binghamton, NY

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