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    What would you do for this woman's situation
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    mybodymyself posted:
    The woman is one of my twin sister and my girlfriend's mother. Anyway, her mother has breast cancer for almost a yr (8/ or 9/09) now and gotten everything from her breast (11/2009) as well. Anyway, shes been having a lot of trouble with pain because of everything. Unsure what the exactly problem is with her and etc. I believe shes seen a different doctor for the pain and etc. Finally, her husband/friend's father had enough of her being that way or something that. Shes back in the hospital (different one from where she got the surgery from and etc) for the pain.

    Think thats it for now.

    Thank you, in the advance.
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