Cancer survivors join 12M in U.S. to celebrate life

Oct 8, 2011 Full story: Aiken Standard

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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Brenda Palmer

Augusta, GA

#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!
youbet

Aiken, SC

#2 Nov 23, 2011
real men don't care about what a woman looks like

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