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Linda’s Cancer Survivor Story:
I’ll never forget that day when my doctor came in to tell me that I had cancer. But she said, “We can beat this.” Similarly, I’ll never forget what my husband said when I was diagnosed, “Come on, you’re going to be alright, we’ve fought bigger devils than this.” Although I didn’t think that we had, I did not cancel out his faith-filled words. These words and so many other faith-filled words of family and friends would be the hope that I needed in the weeks to come.

At the end of March, I began four three-week cycles of chemotherapy. This was a frightening time. I can remember many days and nights confessing that God had not given me the spirit of fear, but of love, power, and a sound mind. I am a high-energy person and it was difficult not to have energy to do the things that I was accustomed to doing. I’ll never forget the words of a close friend, “You’ll need to let others take care of you.” This offered me hope that there would be others to help me, just as I had given my help and support to others before. During treatment, I experienced such a flood of family and friends supporting me, especially in prayer...
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