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I was Diagnosed on January 21, 2011 with Breast Cancer I had both Breast removed on Feb. 1,2011, I was scared at first but then my husband held me and said we will get thru this together, my family and friends gather round us and told me you are strong you will pull thru this with flying colors and here it is 4 years later and I'm still here. I feel like god has me here for a reason and that it to let everyone going thru this that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that true friends and family members can and will help you thru the rough times in your live. My neice went thru this a couple of years before I was diagnosed with it and she was my inspiration thru it and I was able to talk to her about what I was facing she was really a big help to me and my husband.
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