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My breast cancer returned after 7 years in 2006. I had a double mastectomy and chemotherapy and I am now a 3 year survivor. My friends and family were my "Angel Wings" during the treatment and after--their support litterly "carried me through". Our hospital Cancer Treatment Center is also one of the best--they have a Navigator Program which pairs you with a cancer survivor and helps you to walk through all the decisions, questions and procedures. The blessing of all these wonderful people in my life during this time (and following) has truly been one of God's greatest gifts to me.

Karol Gribskov
Bend, OR

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