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Breast Cancer: Debbie Van Tuyll



Editor's note: October is breast cancer awareness month. Stories related to breast cancer ran on Wednesdays and Sundays.

I knew as soon as I got the call-back from Brown Radiology. It was cancer.

I'm not normally superstitious – well, not much, anyway. I guess I got a few superstitions fr...

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  1. Prayers for you and all who have breast cancer. Your article was inspiring. I have been fortunate, so far, but have several friends who have been through this. Thank God, they are in remission.
    Thank you for sharing such an informative article.

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