The Warrior Race

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It is a word they exorcised long ago. A word once feared and dreaded. To these women, cancer is relegated to the lower ranks – banished to the gallows. And treated as nothing more important than a monthly period, a cold, a temporary illness. That very attitude starts this battle that is won at the very first time it is detected. What it takes is exemplary courage and a warrior spirit that reduces the big monster to a mere disease to be dealt with. A war fought valiantly regardless of age, nationality, social rank or familial responsibilities. Femina ME 4 Cancer spoke to a few warriors who fought hard and defeated cancer

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