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I'm Elaine L., and I'm a survivor of Breast Cancer
Don’t feel like you are a big baby. This is a traumatic thing you are experiencing. Call your doctor,. At least talk to the nurse. Sometimes their words can be very reassuring. There may be something they can do or recommend to help relieve your discomfort.   Read more…

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