Susie Sunshine

Rookie (8-16-54 / United States)

Cancer of the Breast


Cancer cancer what do you think is the answer. To this deadly disease. It kills and destroys cells. It is unfair why must people suffer. When will Cancer cease to exist. Cancer will strike anyone. We can't set our selves at ease. Cancer of the Breastand hearing cancer give the feeling of hopelessness. How will we surive. Wheather it's benigm or maligant or none. This is what women fear most. When the cancer comes so close. You should get a mamogram every year. Better say your prayers. You shouldfeel your breast every chance you get.Cancer is so powerful it can kill. Who is more powerful God who can heal. Written and Posted 9/7/09 This those deciated to those who I know that have Breast Cancer

Submitted: Monday, September 07, 2009
Edited: Monday, September 07, 2009

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