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Brenda’s Cancer Survivor Story:
I am a “seasoned” citizen (I don’t like to use the word senior!) and retired educator. I’ve never given birth, but I have plenty of children! I’ve worked with children of all ages, from elementary through college, and have been involved in a broad range of positions, including serving as a teacher, guidance counselor, and assistant principal.

I had fibroids for years, but it was abnormal heavy bleeding that led me to see my doctor. I had already gone through menopause, but would occasionally have very, very heavy bleeding. One of these bleeding episodes is what led me to make an appointment with my doctor. I learned that I had cancer in the fall of 2003, while I was at school. I was walking down the hallway, and talking with my doctor on the phone. By the time I got to my desk, he had told me I had uterine cancer....
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