BEAR — Sheri Brown’s 47th birthday is one she will never forget.
On Nov. 15, 2013, Ms. Brown received news that would change her life forever. She was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Lynn Smith has a lesson to share about her experience with breast cancer: “First and foremost, be your own advocate. Know your body. And don't take no for an answer.”
SMYRNA — She’s a breast cancer survivor at age 36 and hardly alone.
CLAYTON — Just hearing those chilling words, “You have been diagnosed with breast cancer,” can leave a person with thoughts of helplessness and a feeling of defeat.
SEAFORD – If Rosie Rolph was ever going to battle cancer, breast cancer was not on her list.
“I never thought of breast cancer,” said Ms. Rolph. “They tell you when you …
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