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Light Notes: They said the breast cancer was
hopeless, but a faith moment upheld her

By Lucy Luginbill
Tri-City Herald

The doctor didn’t hold any hope. Advanced breast cancer meant the young woman would need to say her final goodbyes. “I was given two months to live,” said Gwen Monteney of Kennewick, Wash., who was diagnosed when she was barely 43 years old. “The Seattle doctor told my family they’d send me home because I had only a short time to live.”

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