Breast cancer survivors lend ears, hearts to counsel others
PREMIUM When Supraptini was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1986 she felt as if she had been sentenced to death. "I was two month's pregnant," she told The Jakarta Post. "My doctor gave my family a difficult choice: save the mother or save the baby. But my husband insisted that he wanted to save both." Supraptini and her husband decided to have her wait until she delivered her daughter before receiv...
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