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It will be one year August 12 since my lumpectomy. I found my lunp during my monthly exam. I was between a stage 1 and 2 cancer I had two types iinvasie and noninvasive.I went through surgay and had 35 radation treatement and have never looked back. I pary everyone will do their self exams along with mammograms. I just got to hold my second great grandaughter 3 weeks ago. I am 62 years and look forward to many more years of being cancer free .

BarbaraRedmon
Franklin, GA

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