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Blessing Always

I was diagnosed in 2017 with rare cancer inflammatory stage 3. I still can’t believe I went through so much. My faith, hope, and will to live to continue to be strong. With 16 rounds of chemo, there were moments when thought, I wouldn’t make it! The AC, WHICH WAS REALLY STRONG. I truly thought I wouldn’t make it through, but I did! I did radiation – 34 treatments and it was very challenging. After, I still wasn’t done. I had 7 months of xeloda. I truly praise every woman that’s fighting this disease. Now I am off all chemo, but I am also triple negative, so for now I live each day with courage.

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  • bberg2
    8 months ago

    Encouraging you are. Keep the stories coming. I am a new MBC and I am scared to say the least but I wont give in to this. I am determined to live about 30 more years. With the good Lord on my side and the support from family, friends and support groups I am determined to be around for a long time.

  • SumraAlvi moderator
    9 months ago

    Hi gaylesherrell54, thank you for sharing your story with us! It’s inspiring to hear about your courage after all the treatment you went through. I appreciate you being a strong voice of hope in this community, wishing you the best and feel free to share more with us. Warmly, Sumra ( Team)

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