Patricia is a 2 year survivor of breast cancer. Her family gave her strength when she was diagnosed.
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When I was first diagnosed, it just on me. It just took everything I had on me. I mean, I thought that was the end of life right here. But then I just think of my kids and my grandkids. I had to put myself together because my mother, she had ovarian cancer and my oldest sister had breast cancer. And when I found out I have breast cancer, that’s what took a tone of my life right there and they’re both deceased. So that’s about those into my life so that I setup myself together because you know I’ve got a grandkids and kids. And then, by looking at my grand daughter, that’s what gave me strength right there. I’ve got to say, there’s no need for me to go down and I would see my grand baby grow. So as the day went, it got better. It was rough at first but then as the day went by, it got better and I thank God I’m here today you know to tell my story. Its rough, everyday, every Sunday you know you still go through your moment and stuff like that because you know this is something you know you got to look back. And so I thank God for it. But the most — the worst part was the chemo. Because getting the treatment by chemo, you just have to say thank God because chemo was rough. But I thank God that they have to quit missed you know what Dorothy have to do.