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At age thirty eight I found I had breast cancer.My mother had just died from cancer and I thought I had received a death notice.I had surgery to remove my breast and no reconstruction.At that time insurance didn't pay for it.I relied on my strong faith and belief in God.I am now sixty four years of years and am still relying on faith and God.I have lived a full and exciting life and have learned there is life after breast cancer,a wonderful,exciting life.

Diane Montena
Beloit, WI

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