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I'm 22years old have two beautiful daughters jenna who is 3 Olivia who is 2. There father and I hoping to get married after my treatments. I recently found out in march of 2012 that I needed to have neck surgery right away before I was paralyzed. After the surgery they sent in my bone and found it was breast cancer that had spread to my neck and back. words took my breath away my girls were first to pop in my head will this happen to them how will this affect my babies. I needed to six treatments I would go every three weeks. There are no words to explain the feelings felt everything just hit all at once, I would lose my hair, sleep alot be weak sick. The worst I still have a tumor in my lower back,they hoping the treatment will take it away and may have to go in later to put cement around the bones where the cancer was i can't be with the.girls alone until my BA k and neck are stronger,It is now June 2treatments left and its working it's the toughest fight I have had to fight, but my family keeps me going why dwell ? Now I spend every moment with family on my good days. So fighters if your not having a very good day and your hopes are lost for a moment remember if you couldn't fight this god would not of picked us if he knew weren't fighters. My girls need me to fight. SO FIGHT FOR LIFE LIKE YOU HAVE NEVER FOUGHT BEFORE CAUSE WE CAN DO THIS JUST ANOTHER CURVE IN LIFE. LOVE YOU ALL I HAVE FAITH FOR ALL YOU FIGHTERS AND SOON TO BE JUST BELIEVE

Shanon
Kearney, NE

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