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Leigh Giangreco - September 2014
Breast cancer survivor Debbie Dyer didn’t stop living when she was diagnosed — instead, she continued to work and go to her kickboxing classes while she was undergoing treatment, writes the DelmarvaNow. These days, Dyer is a mentor through the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, where she advises other women diagnosed with breast cancer.
“Debbie Dyer gave no excuses to get out of her kickboxing classes… She also continued her work at a children’s mobile dentist program in Wicomico County. There was little Dyer shied away from, with exception of the few days chemotherapy drained most of her energy.”
More information on working through treatment and managing treatment side effects can be found here.
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Original source: www.delmarvanow.com