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July 5th 2003, I was rung by my GP to be told that I had breast cancer, I like everyone else thought why me and to be told on this day, my youngest sons 21st birthday, it was supposed to be a happy day, I told him then rang my other two children who at the time were living in England. I discussed with them that I was have a Mastectomy followed by 4 rounds of Chemotherapy. Luckily I did not need any other treatment only Tamoxifin for 5 year. I am Cancer free and take everyday as it comes. I click every day on this site and have done so since my mastectomy. All my family and friends click everyday also.

Jennie Doolan
Hastings, New Zealand

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