Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Daniel Island, SC, brings hundreds together to celebrate life and remember those lost to cancer.
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Female1: I'm doing well. Everything checked out fine, it's wonderful. I'm a survivor! Female2: I finished with chemo on Tuesday, this past Tuesday. And I'm doing great. Female3: Did my chemotherapy and I have two weeks of radiation to go! So yahoo! Female4: And I'm very proud to say I'm a 26-year survivor. I was diagnosed in 1981, followed up with chemotherapy in 1982, and it's great feeling to be here today. Female5: I'm just happy to be here and so happy to be among this crowd of survivors. Female6: I'm here to try to make sure that my daughters don’t have to go through what I've been through. I'm also here in my memory of my two sister-in-laws who died of breast cancer. Female7: I was diagnosed when I was 34. My mom and her mom both died of breast cancer. And so, I'm out here to hopefully save some more lives. Female8: I'm two years out and I'm a survivor and that’s important.

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