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my nina was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in december of 2008. The first thing i asked is why her? she had helped people so much my grandparents, my great grandmother and she was the only one who could keep her nieces and nephews diciplined. In november we were very close too losing her but my nina is a strong women and she wasnt going to let it get her down she was going to keep fighting. On the day before easter of this year we lost her. On the way up to her funeral i saw a rainbow.The brightest or biggest i have ever seen! Thats when i knew she was at peace she is better! :) One thing i know is that as soon as i can im getting a mammogram!

I love your nina!

Love Bri

Anonymous
Las Cruces, NM

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