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I found a lump in the left breast in october2011..had inductal carcinoma.had surgery a lumpectomy nov.2011 then serious infection back in the hospital. Then July 2012 it came back..more surgery more infection.the doctor didn't get it all had more surgery in august. had several different drains at different times atleast 15 drains20 limphnodes were removed..did lots of chemo and radiation....needless to say my left breast is massacred...then nov.2012 I had a seizure and they found a 1.4 centimeter tumor on my motor band..had brain surgery and was partially paralyzed on my right side..I had to use a walker..more radiation..I lost my hair twice I had very long beautiful brown hair..but I looked good bald I didn't wear any wigs. I couldn't use my right side correctly for 3 months..and still have trouble on my right side..lots of pain still everywhere.especially in the breast and it is much smaller than my right. but here I am in 2015 and all tests have been clear for the past2 yrs..except for some small nodules in my lugs that have been decreasing.. I am so grateful to be here today..so thankful .God answered several of my prayers..I had faith and kept a positive attitude about it..I laughed a lot and was with friends..CANCER CAN BE BEAT.IM LIVING PROOF.🌹👣⛪️❤️Thank you for letting me share some of my story❤️Lynda Dewinde 45 yrs old..from Lancaster California.

Lynda Dewinde
Lancaster, CA

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