“I have ovarian cancer. My doctor discovered it three weeks ago, and the symptoms started in December. Cancer got me the first time last year, in the bladder. When I got the news both times, I just accepted it. I listen to the doctors and see what they’re going to do for me. Right now, it looks like I need chemo or radiation. We won’t know until Thursday. I just have to accept my situation and smile. There’s nothing you can do about it. Be positive and don’t go around saying, “why me?” – because I haven’t asked that question yet.” – Phyllis Matthews, Westmead Hospital patient.
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