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I was told that I had Inflammatory Breast Cancer. I had never heard of it. My Doctors said it's the worst of the worst. I read about it and figured I was going to die. I was wrong. I had chemo,surgery,radiation and herceptin. I had all the nodes taken out under my arm. I'm now in remission and so happy to be alive. I can't thank all of my Doctors and Roswell Park in Buffalo NY. As a group..they saved my life. Please up on this type of cancer and be aware. God Bless all of us.

Connie {Squeeg} Cole
Angelica, NY

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