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Richmond, VA — My journey on being diagnosed with Cancer started back in July 2016. I was originally told the news at the University of Virginia Hospital. I wasn’t really sure how to feel or what to say, but I did know, it wasn’t good news. On August 18th I had a port placed in my chest and had my first Chemo treatment on Friday, August 19th.
Three weeks later the port became infected. It was on a Tuesday night when I noticed something was wrong. Hours later, I was taken to a Richmond hospital and was told the port would have to be removed. Following its removal, the infectious doctor working on my case also told me I had MRSA, a blood infection, and a wound infection. It would be a week later until I would be released from the hospital. Just before being released, I had a pic placed in my arm so I would be able to receive additional medicine needed in the coming weeks.
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Following that was Chemotherapy with numerous ups and downs and a weight loss of nearly 70 plus pounds.
On March 2nd, I had surgery to remove less than a half of inch of cancer that was still in my left breast. Originally it was close to 8 inches. The doctors said the surgery went well.
It was on Wednesday morning, March 8, 2017, when I received the news that many were also waiting to hear.
The doctor’s office called, “Hello Ms. Belle? Yes, we have the results back from your Pathology Report. It was almost perfect.” So I asked, “Why almost perfect?” “Well they found some atypical lobular hyperplasia (Irregular cells) in your right breast, however, they were removed during your surgery and are no longer a factor. But YES, you had a complete pathological response to your treatment and ALL CANCER HAS BEEN REMOVED!”
Can I get some help here in thanking God for his healing hand and this mighty miracle in my life! Yes! The CANCER IS ALL GONE!~ PRESS!!
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