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I turned 44 in February of this year and in March did my annual mammogram only to find out that they found a small mass. I went through surgery in April and will do my 2nd Chemo treatment this next week. Not only am I going through the battle of cancer but I'm also the caretaker to my fiance' whom lost his transplant kidney therefore we do home hemo-dialysis. With the help of my 15 year old daughter and my fiance' we take it day by day. I'm not scared nor do I worry because I've always felt someone out there has it much worse than I and that faith will bring me through all.

Hays, KS

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