Very nice & encouraging words

Race for the Cure 2011-Portland Oregon

18 years survivor. I was diagnosed when I was 33 and I told myself, I will fight this disease. I want to see my daughter, whose 5 that time of diagnosed, to see and come to all sports activities she had, graduated from high school and college and so on. I am too young to die and I know I can do it. My husband support me all all these years too and always on my side during and after treatment. Now, we are enjoying each other company through all these years. And to all women out there who are just experience this illness, there's always hope that you can make it like me. P.S. Thank you also to Cara Mitchell, who just in a blue approached me today and handed me a very nice paper fan with very touching words of encouragement and praise. I really don't know her, but she's just a blessing to make my day today a very pleasant and enjoyable one. Thank you Ms. Cara Mitchell from the bottom of my heart.

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