By Phyllis Moore
Published in News on May 17, 2014 10:37 PM
Tanya Blount, a 22 year ovarian cancer survivor, wipes a tear from her eye as she holds the banner to lead the Relay for Life survivors walk Friday at the Wayne County Fairgrounds. She said "This is tough" as she remembers friends and family that have lost their battle with cancer throughout the years.
Getting a diagnosis of cancer is not for the faint of heart. Time stands still. Everything goes silent. And being a survivor starts that very first day. Just ask anyone who has been in the trenches. For most, the...
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