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I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer at 41. A year later I found out my

doctor never read the report from the frozen specimen taken during

surgery. By then I was stage 4. I had a bone marrow transplant which has kept the cancer away for 15 years now.

Thanks to all the doctors, nurses, and staff at Duke University Medical Center I am living a happy, healthy, cancer free life.

Yes, sometimes even the worst cancer can be cured. Lois W.

Lois White
Hernando, FL

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