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15 years later, need a biopsy.

by lovelylizard on March 4, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I am a lucky breast cancer survivor, 15 years post-diagnosis. Today at yearly mammogram, they found "something suspicious", and I need to have a biopsy on 3/15. I can't speak this out loud yet. I can't share with my mom, as she would be a basket case, and I can't deal with that right now. Yesterday was my birthday and two of my dearest friends forgot, I'm not feeling surrounded by supportive people right now and need a hug.

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