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Re:New Book.. - Friday, May 22, 2015 6:30 PM
I am well familiar with the cliche that "cancer is a gift". My experience is though no one has ever said that to me, I personally feel that since my recovery and survival, I definitely appreciate the gift of life as I never did before. Also, as a prevailor, I gained a tremendous sense of empowerment that I had never known or felt capable of.********* But this is something one has to discover and accept by and for oneself. For me, it sprang from within and did not arise via unsolicited slogans from others.
Lumpectomy 4/14/05 at age 69
Stage 1, 2cm, Node Negative
Grade 3, Triple Negative
AC/Taxol, Radiation,
BRCA2 positive (It's always something!)
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Re:New Book.. - Saturday, May 23, 2015 12:50 AM
I know I feel bad because they got all the cancer with the surgery. So I am already "cancer free" so to speak but have chemo and tamoxifen to take for 5 years best I understood from my onocologist. so I feel guilty feeling crappy and so depressed but I still have to look at those steri strips covering what is left of my breasts. I still pick up a bra when getting my clothes together to take my shower every day. Cancer SUCKS. NanaDeb
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