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I have the most positive minded daughter-in-law, Wendi Ratliff, and must share her story. She is forty-three and going through her second bout of breast cancer. The first time she went through removal of tumor and had two types of treatment continuing to work and care for her family throughout treatment.

This round she just completed her double mastectomy and is waiting to hear if she needs more treatment. During this time she was taking care of her Mother with cancer, her family and working. My heart goes out to her and anyone experiencing breast cancer. She is the most positive person I know in her daily life, as well as in dealing with her health issues and her family health issues. I am so proud of her. She is a beautiful person inside and out.

Debra Ratliff
Greenfield, IN

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