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Anna Herkamp - October 2016
Kay Clark, 72, has held on to her smile, sense of humor, and hope throughout her cancer experience which began 40 years ago, when she was initially diagnosed. A hairdresser for 54 years, Clark wont let cancer get in the way of doing what she loves.
First diagnosed with uterine cancer when she was three-months pregnant, Clark was devastated but pushed through and despite surgeries during pregnancy, delivered a healthy baby boy. Following the birth and a hysterectomy, Clark was cancer free for decades, until she began experiencing shortness of breath in 2008. She was diagnosed with multiple myelmoa and then non-Hodgkin lymphoma. In her typical fashion, Clark was determined to live life normally and had a port inserted so she could go right back to work. The only times she has stopped working in the past few years has been when she's been in the hospital.
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Original source: www.dailyjournal.net