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Left to right: Beth Garst, Missy Dye and Diedre Perry
The further I’ve gotten out from the diagnosis, I don’t feel like cancer is my identity. It’s not at the front of my mind.
The thing I discovered about the breast cancer system is it’s like being on a conveyor belt fast-tracking through the steps.
I would tell a woman with breast cancer to be careful who you let into your experience because some people say the stupidest things . . . Decide what you want to do within yourself.
Beth Garst, Missy Dye and Diedre Perry have more than having had breast cancer in common: Each has also been frank, realistic, informed and strong in her response to disease.
Profiles in Courage: Confronting Breast Cancer
Copyright: Leisure Publishing, 1974