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On 03/19/09 my ob/gyn gave me the news that my yearly mammo

came back suspious. He then set me up with a surgeron to biopsy.

On 4/7/09 I was told I had a 2 cm tumor of right breast that was positive

for cancer. 9 days later I had the right modified radical mascectomy.

Tests showed that right now lymph nodes are clear, so I have stage 2

invasive ductual . I am getting ready for my second a/c treatment of

chemo in a couple of days. So far I am doing fine. Injection of Neulasta

caused a little joint pain, Still working every day since 3 weeks after

masectomy.

Family, friends, and God great support Team. Have been a great supporter since of research since late 70's mother died of breast cancer in 1966 when only colbalt and radiation was used. Breast cancer is no loner a death sentence, so ladies please get those mammograms regularly. Spread the word.

Paula Booth
Omar, WV

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