Breast Cancer Awareness

October 15, 2009 6:18 PM

Beth Suss

The results were malignant. Those were the words I did not want to hear! I knew I would have to deal with it and move on. I immediately called my husband to tell him the bad news. He was pretty shocked. I told him that we needed to go to see the doctor so that she could discuss what needed to be done.

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