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Hi Carol, I am reading your book signed by you. I love it. Lots of memories I went to Mount Vernon in the late 60's when it all started. I had fun but many paid a price for the high life. I think you included.

I am a 3x breast cancer survivor. I have had surgery, chemo, bone marrow transplant, radiation and pills. I never felt any side effects from the pills I am now off the meds and can't tell any difference except I have not had cancer in 7 years. I think the pills work.

Everytime i want to whine about all the stuff i have had done to treat my cancer, I remember that i am a survivor. Fondly, Lynn

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