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Personal experiences
#1
I have a close family member who had cancer well under 40, she was on her early thirties. So it was a hard battle of 2-3 years she has, but she is cancer free right now and still under 40. Cancer doesn't pick ages, regardless of the statistics.
#2
(2016-04-04 10:17 AM)portosanto Wrote: <div style="float:left; width:100%"]]I have a close family member who had cancer well under 40, she was on her early thirties. So it was a hard battle of 2-3 years she has, but she is cancer free right now and still under 40. Cancer doesn
t pick ages, regardless of the statistics.

Completely agree about the statistics and congratulations. Stay blessed and live healthy.
#3
I agree with you @portosanto. The statistics are just the numbers for people to believe in, mostly not with exact accurate facts. My younger sister was diagnosed with breast cancer a few years back. Though, research says that breast cancer does mostly affect people with older ages. Thankfully, she was diagnosed in the initial stages, that helped her to recover early with the help of the []breast cancer radiation Nassau[]. As her oncologist suggested us with radiotherapy from the best radiation therapy New York. She is alright now all recovered with quiet good health.




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