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I had a clear mammogram in November 2006 and in June 2007 I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer after finding a lump in my right breast. As you can imagine I was in complete shock, The tumor was very large so I had no options. I have undergone a mastectomy, 6 months of chemo followed by 6 weeks of radiation. I am grateful for every day and to my family and friends and the many people that have been on this journey with me for their encouragement, prayers and hope for my recovery. I just celebrated my 60th birthday in April at Disney World!!! I am so blessed.

Julie H
Roanoke, IN

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