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It was a cyst, my friends.

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Survivor since 2012 over 7 years
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    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2012
    You guys are awesome. I can't believe how scared I was. I totally fell apart in the ultrasound room. When I get really stressed my Parkinson's goes nuts, so I was shaking and wiggling all over the place. (Normally, you wouldn't know I have the disease.) On this site we've talked about the fear. Some of you know I'm doing a video chronicle of my preparation and trip to Everest in the fall, and that I did a video on fear. I've done a follow up and I'll share it with you when it's done. Like Sharon said, we all share the fear that never really goes away. It waxes, it wanes, but it never goes away. We all continue to survive. We're warriors and we have the battle scars to show for it. Thank you all for your compassion and support. I'll pay it forward tenfold.
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    • Marianne R. Profile
      anonymes
      Survivant depuis 2011

      I thought I knew fear untill I went through the lung thing in December. It was either going to be ok we will deal or check into hospice. I trully understand falling apart. I am really really thrilled it is a cyst. On to Everest!!!!

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    • Kathy Basham Profile
      anonymes
      Survivant depuis 2012

      Awesome news! Thank you Jesus! There is too much bad news in the world.

      over 7 years Flag
    • André Roberts Profile
      anonymes
      Stage 1 Patient

      Evelyn you are a true inspiration to me. I hate that you & so many other women had that scare. Deep down it's a fear we all have, but we mustn't live in fear. Breath now, enjoy life & go climb that mountain!!! Prayers to you.

      over 7 years Flag
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    anonymes
    Stage 2A Patient
    That's the best news ever. Whew! I hope you have a restful and peaceful day...do something special for yourself to celebrate!
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  • Erin Timlin Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2011
    Phew! What a relief!!! So happy for you :)
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    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    Evelyn, sorry I couldn't respond earlier. Time difference...I'm elated about your finding. I know we always fear the worst. It must seem now that you can breathe. Please take care if yourself. Jayme
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  • Marianne R. Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2011
    Thank God!!!!!
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  • Jk Joyce Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2012
    Praise God!
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  • vicki e Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 2B Patient
    So happy for you!
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  • nancy  wilcox Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    YES !!!!!
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    anonymous
    Survivor since 2012
    Praise The Lord !!!
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  • cindy stephenson Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    Thank god!! I was soo worried!
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  • jan bursky Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    Thank goodness. How relieved you must feel.
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  • Jacquie B Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    Whahoo!
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  • Karen G Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 2A Patient
    Thank God. You must be so relieved.
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  • Nancy Ries Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2011
    Evelyn, your relief must be immense. So very happy for you.
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  • Brenda Jackson Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 2A Patient
    Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!!
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    anonymes
    Stage 2B Patient
    Dear Evelyn, I AM So FREAKING RELIEVED for you, I have been thinking about you all day.. I am so happy, and thank God for those wonderful news. Deep breath :) Gentle hugs, Radiation Girl
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  • Jennifer Jones Profile
    anonymes
    Patient
    I'm so happy for you!!!
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  • Morgan Moser Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 2B Patient
    Thank God!!!! What a relief!!!!
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    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    Thank God!
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  • Becky Lynn Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 1 Patient
    Hooray!
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  • S M Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 3A Patient
    That is Great news Evelyn! Thank God!!
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  • anonymous Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    Great news!
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  • André Roberts Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 1 Patient
    Oh thank God! Celebrate!
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  • kim c Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 1 Patient
    Congrats!
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  • Lorraine Hill Profile
    anonymes
    Patient
    Wonderful news x
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  • B R Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2012
    Thank God! I am so happy for you!!!!
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • Melissa Costello Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    God Bless You and that is great news!
    over 7 years Comment Flag
  • Cheryl Wornham Profile
    anonymes
    Étude du cancer du sein
    So happy for you!!!!
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  • Roberta S Profile
    anonymes
    Stage 2B Patient
    Thank God!!
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  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anonymes
    Survivant depuis 2007
    Oh thank you, God.... dear Evelyn, I was so scared for you. What a relief to all of us. I think of this scare as...."If it happens to one of us, it happens to ALL of us." We can all breath and YOU can keep prepping for Nepal! I am hugging you through my computer. Love you, doll! Take care, Sharon
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