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A routine mammogram picked up my initial breast cancer in 1994 when I was 44 years old. Stunned, of course, because neither the doctor nor I could feel any lump, I was drawn into the cancer vortex. A lumpectomy and 6 cycles of chemotherapy and radiation filled the next 7 months. At the end of all that, my prognosis was good and I was hopeful.


After 6 years of ‘all clear”, I had pain in my shoulder and attributed it to “middle aged woman out of shape”. My oncologist had been following me and watching tumor markers,… » Read More

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