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A year ago today I was diagnosed with aggressive triple negative breast cancer. The initial diagnosis was stage three after a biopsy and ultrasound a week previous. I spoke to… Read more 22. A year into healing stage 4 cancer – Happy anniversary to me! The 5 most important things I’ve learned this year. →
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