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It was back in 1992 that my Breast Cancer was discovered. I had just had a beautiful baby girl in 1990, so I was devastated to find out that I had breast cancer. I had a lumpectomy first, then a mastectomy all in a matter of 2 months.I was told by my doctor that my cancer had been there 10 years prior to 1992, but, was slow growing. That would have made me 23 years old!! I was very fortunate that I did not have to have chemo, or radiation as my lymph nodes were clean. It's been 17 years, and I am still cancer free :)

Wanda
Tucson, AZ

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