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Survivor Stories


CLICK HERE to watch the TV documentary featuring the complete survivor interviews and conversations with Washington County medical professionals.

     Local survivors tell their stories...

Diane Hockensmith

 "If you notice something, get it looked at. Don't wait. My biggest regret is that I waited, and that I ended up being stage 3 in 7 of my lymph nodes."

"Don't wait, if you think there's something wrong, get it taken care of"

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Buck Browning

 "I was diagnosed because I had discharge coming out of my left nipple."

"I cant say I really had a lot of fear, as much as 'its time to get to work and figure out how do we address this'"

"It's been over a year since I've had radiation treatment, and we are still trying to figure out, what do I owe? What do I need to give back, because I was fortunate".

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Selena Doyle

"I was actually diagnosed with Breast Cancer in both breasts, not just one."

"I worked through my whole treatment. I would usually go in on Fridays, and I would feel yucky Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, and then Wednesday I would say, 'I think I can do this again!'"

"It's a battle that you're going to have to fight, but keeping positive will help you defeat it."

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Lisa Small

"I had just turned 48, and it was a self exam, because I had just had my Mammogram in December".

"I was glad we found it. About a week later, is when I had my mastectomy."

"Self exam is very important. I know it may seem odd or funny to do that, but honestly you are the only one who knows your body the best."

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Janet Lung

"I was 37, and I was in the shower and I found a lump. So I went to my Gynecologist, where he did a breast exam and scheduled a Mamogram. Before I knew it, I was in a surgeon's office, finding out that he thought that I had Breast Cancer."

"I worked through my treatment. I had chemo and radiation and I worked the whole time through treatment. Some days were rough, and others not so much, but ya gotta do what ya gotta do."

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