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I had a biopsy done a few days before leaving to go out of state for my Residency, because I was working toward my Doctorate Social Work degree. The biopsy tested positive but refused to go home. I fought through 6 months of chemo, 6 weeks of radiation, and a bilateral mastectomy. I literally worked from my chemo chair...
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