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I was diagnosed with two types of breast cancer in 2005. I had a bilateral mastectomy, but had no lymph nodes involved, and the cancer was totally encapsulated. So, I didn't have to go through the radiation and chemotherapy that many patients do. My doctor said I was considered "Stage 0" ! Today, in 2009, I am still cancer free and thanking God for His healing, and all the wonderful family and friends who supported me through this challenging ordeal.

Sandy Sherman
Tustin, CA

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