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Hi, I'm CYNTHIA S.
Keep the faith. You never do know what will work to help you and what avenue you’ll go down. We’re all here to help you. Let us know what we can do to make your journey easier. We all know what it means to hear “You have Cancer.” And a diagnosis is just that. It does not define who you are. Please remember that. Contact me anytime.   Read more…

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Hope For Two provides information, hope, and peer-to-peer support by telephone and email to women diagnosed with cancer while pregnant. Location: National Organization: The Pregnant With Cancer ... more
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Fertile Hope provides reproductive information, support and hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility. Location: National Organization: Lance... more

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