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i am writing this in memory of my neice cindy loggins who had triple neg.breast cancer. who was a champ she done everything possiable to beat the deiase. we lost her april 9th she fought for 2 and a half years.she left behind 3 preious little girls. she was 33yrs.old. the doctors told her she was a champ. it is so sad when you want to live but the odds are against you. i pray someday they will find a cure for this terriable deiase. so mom,s can live to see thier babies grow up. our hearts are breaking .wemiss her so much. i pray that anyone who can get on this site will click on, so somebody else has a chance to live. she was most defianttley our hero. the angels came and took her home but our hearts are breaking. so young so sad. her mom is so sad, it is heart breaking i pray everyone will learn about the breast cancer site and do thier share to help people in need thank you so much.

marie hightower
mt.airy, GA

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