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HI Maddie, by now you’re probably becoming a pro at this chemo stuff. However, each treatment and each week brings its own challenges. I had a neighbor who told me early on, “It’s a Journey.” It is, but it feels more like a Sentence in the beginning. As you continue on in this journey, I hope you will find new strength and a silver lining in every cloud. I was diagnosed with stage 2 HR+ BC i…   Read more…

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I was diagnosed with lung carcinoids and I've decided to blog about my experience, the long time it took to diagnose me and what I've done since my diagnosis.
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