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Tammy went in for her annual exam with her primary physician concerned about a lump in her breast.
Her doctor agreed – Tammy needed to have tests.
So she went through them. The mammogram found nothing. Neither did the ultrasound. But the biopsy was a different story.
When they gave her the results on February 2nd, 2014, they asked if she was sitting down. She had Stage 3 breast cancer.
And whip-fast, they had her scheduled for chemo – before she could stop and think. Not knowing what to do, she followed her doctor’s orders.
What followed, Tammy wouldn’t wish on her worst enemy. The terrible destruction of her body and well-being. Worse still, even though she suffered through five months of chemo and five months of radiation, they wouldn’t give her a clean bill of health. Instead they told her the cancer would definitely come back. And it would definitely kill her.
Trying to tell her daughter this devastating news, Tammy heard herself and knew that it wasn’t true. And only days after that, Tammy’s friend gave her TTAC’s Global Quest.
What she learned was mind blowing. And it gave her back her power and certainty. She would rise above. She would live. She focused on building up her immune system and overall health, and she prayed.
Watch the video above to find out the rest of Tammy’s story and where she finds herself years after her diagnosis and the doctor’s “death sentence.”
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