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An African American Breast Cancer Survivor: Juanita Lyle's Story

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Uploaded on Oct 7, 2011

Juanita Lyle, an African American breast cancer survivor of 35 years talks about her struggles with the disease and how it affected her personally and emotionally. At a time in the 1970s before many medical advances had been achieved; she found the fight at times to be a lonely one. With the support of her family, she found the strength to overcome and beat the disease. She also talks about the power of information and encourages African American women who are confronted with the disease to never give up.

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