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How to Survive a Cancer Diagnosis

On wading through the initial shock.

“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.” Desmond Tutu

Five years ago, I saw a lump in my chest while undressing in front of my bedroom mirror. You might wonder how one actually sees a lump, as opposed to finding it manually.




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Sherry McGuinn

Sherry McGuinn

Long-time writer and big-time dreamer. Screenwriter. Cat mama. Red lip aficionado.

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