Sandra Yates didn't act on the lump she found until it had grown from pea- to egg-size. She completed treatment recently. "I am officially a survivor," she says.
Sandra Yates didn't act on the lump she found until it had grown from pea- to egg-size. She completed treatment recently. "I am officially a survivor," she says. The Washington Post
Sandra Yates didn't act on the lump she found until it had grown from pea- to egg-size. She completed treatment recently. "I am officially a survivor," she says. The Washington Post

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