Cancer survivors join 12M in U.S. to celebrate life
Hundreds of cancer survivors and their families gathered beneath the blue sky and amid bright balloons Friday afternoon where they celebrated life.
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#1 Oct 9, 2011
I had breast cancer at age 50 being a woman it ended my world. I'm 59 now and doing fine. I will not be with another man because of my breast looking so bad. My husband is gone to heaven now, but I never let him see my breast. He told me that he did see my breast and kiss them when I was asleep. He'll be the last man that will ever see me agan.
Men tell me how good I look for my age most of them say I look like in my early 40's. My life will never be the same. I'm blessed to be a live but I'm not living!
#2 Nov 23, 2011
real men don't care about what a woman looks like
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