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My name is Ronnie and I was diagnosed with DCIS in October. I had a partial mastectomy and fought with infection for a long time. I started radiation in January and finished on February 25th. Now I will take Anastrozole for the next 5 years. My cancer was discovered through a routine mammogram and caught early. My word of wisdom is ladies get your mammograms scheduled!

Ronnell Holida
Brookings, SD

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