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October 6, 2012 12:22 AM

One woman's story of cancer: from providing help to needing it

FRANKFORT — Two months into her treatment for breast cancer, Sharon Givens says she's only cried three times since she was diagnosed, on May 11. She cried when she told her daughter, Danyelle Jackson. When she felt like she couldn't breathe or barely move after her first chemo treatment, she cried again. The last time, she said, was when her hair started coming out in clumps.

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