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a few years ago my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was a woman who never smoked but now was told she had breast cancer. My mother was me and my siblings strength.she was lucky enough to have doctors who saw a person that could survive.i believe through thier hope my mother gained her own and beat the cancer.I'm so proud and greatful to have my mother here today. She is truly mines as well as my siblings blessing....so I share this story to give hope to someone going through what my family has gone through. You can be a survivor.

Lakiesha morrison
roanoke, AL

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