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There is a lot of cancer in my Mom's side of the family. My maternal grandmother had breast cancer in 1936. Radical mastectomy, no radiation. Lived to be almost 86 yrs. old. Passed away in 1983. I have had a mammogram every year since I was 40. Six years ago at 60 yrs. of age my mammogram found a 1/4 cm. tumor. Couldn't feel it, without the mammogram wouldn't have known it was there. After a lumpectomy and radiation I am doing great. Thank God for mammograms and His amazing grace.
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