Asked by anonymousPatient
Seven years ago I was diagnosed Day at a time. It’s hard but you can do it. Surround yourself with positive people. with stage 2b. My lymph nodes were not involved. With treatment you should do fine. I know you are terrified; I was. Just take it one step at a time and oneComment 0
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