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For a lot of people out there with this disease, I have been told that it is a very slow moving cancer and if diagnosed in the first stage the outcome is very good with normal life expectancy. I first went to our Dr. When I was around 14 and was told that she could not tell me what I had. At this point she tried cortisone cream which didn't work. Various Doctors tried to diagnose it bit failed over the years. Since this is a very hard cancer to diagnose, I am not upset with any of them. I had been seen in Ireland, USA and finally in Canada where the diagnosis was made. After the initial shock, crying and then acceptance stage, I can say that I am extremely optimistic regarding the outcome. For those with a less than positive diagnosis for their outcome, be strong and keep fighting. Try cancer fighting foods, take your vitamins, exercise when possible, reduce the fat content in your diet and talk to your Doctor about what I have suggested so you can do what's right for you. Don't give up and most importantly take time to relax and enjoy the beauty that this world has to offer. Never stop dreaming. :D
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