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After Breast Cancer, Nothing Is Ever The Same

A fellow breast cancer survivor and I were having a conversation the other day when she turned to me and asked what life is like after treatment has been completed. She wanted to know how long it takes for things to get back to normal. I really hesitated to answer her because I didn't know what expectations she had for the future and I surely didn't want to dash any of her hopes.
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