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Fighting breast cancer

October 16, 2012

‘I never thought it could happen to my Mom’

A breast cancer diagnosis affects everyone

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MARBLEHEAD —

It wasn’t easy for me, balancing my mom’s needs with school, sports and friends, but I knew that the most important thing to me was my mom’s health, comfort and happiness.

I say it wasn’t easy for me but, I can’t imagine how it was for my mom, and I still can’t. She has fought in the toughest fight of her life, and won. She is my hero. I know what happened to my mom was a horrible thing, but I believe good things come from every situation, good or bad. Because of this experience, I have changed. I have become closer to my mom and my family. I have changed how I view the world and my life. I don’t want to travel through life without a purpose. I am more

determined than ever and this is all because of my mom’s incredible courage and strength.”

And so it goes.

Penny Schuler is a Marblehead resident and board member of the Sue de Vries Cancer Foundation.

 

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