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I have been fighting breast cancer since 2006.

I had a partial on left breast. Found out I had ductual in

Situ. In 2011: I found a large tumor and another

Small tumor was found. Had a left mastectomy and

Went through twenty - eight days of radiation

and one year of chemo. Last chemo was

April 19, 2012.

BALD IS BEAUTIFUL!

Had a mammogram done October 3,2012.

Found four adnormal areas. I am in good health

Decited to have a right breast mastectomy

On October 26, 2012.

I made the right decision, no: radiation or chemo

Is needed and caught early.

Too more years of long life and loving it.

CELEBRATE LIFE DAILY WITH NO REGRETS!

TODAYS ATITUDE IS EVERYTHING!

HAVE A GRAND, FUN, AND WONDERFUL DAY!

My symbol: to celebrate is "CUPCAKES" !

Lutie Hileman
Burbank, WA

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