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Kristina Wilder - October 2016
The day before her 42nd birthday, Diane Weldon was told she had breast cancer. Cancer had always been the furthest thing from her mind, so much so that she had dropped the cancer policy at work the year before, believing there'd be no way she would need it.
After chemotherapy injections through a port for a year and 36 rounds of radiation, Weldon is now cancer free. She cites the support of friends, family, and co-workers in her recovery and strength through the often grueling process. Though there were many negatives with cancer, Weldon says is is nothing compared to the positives. She states realizing that "your outlook shifts. I immediately realized I was wasting time on some things and not spending enough time on others."
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Original source: www.northwestgeorgianews.com