Donna Mabry, #Breast #Cancer #Survivor "I was diagnosed with breast cancer May 5, 2010. I had a double mastectomy on May 25, 2010. I want to encourage you to take one day at a time. Don’t think about the days, weeks, or months ahead with this battle. Focus on faith. Faith will give you the strength and peace you need during your battle. God is in control of your life and he has great plans for you."
Janice Moss, #Breast #Cancer #Survivor "As advised by my physicians, I have been faithful since 1972 to have a yearly diagnostic mammogram. After 37 years of 'all clear,' 2010 was different. The doctor said, 'We need to biopsy this area in the left breast.' By March 25, 2010 my life began to change with the pathology report stating: Breast Cancer Triple Negative receptor with Grade 3 cell type, stage 1b."
Regardless of ‘free’ advertising by competitors; ezTaxReturn is easier, faster and less expensive. TurboTax advertises ‘free’ but reports average earnings of $49/return. ezTaxReturn.com is transparent and honest. No bait-and-switch, no upsell for a bigger refund, no hidden fees. Try ezTaxReturn.com today and save $5 with coupon code PN1722! https://eztaxreturn.com/
Sharon Crews, #Breast #Cancer #Survivor "A couple of weeks after my annual mammogram at Baptist Women’s Health Center, I received a call informing me that I needed a biopsy. My husband and I were embracing each other for support when Dr. Glenn (my Radiologist) called to inform me that I did have cancer. My diagnosis was ductal carcinoma in situ. I eventually had a lumpectomy followed by radiation. I like to tell everyone that 'if I have to wrestle a bear I am so glad that I got the baby.'"