Survivor Anne Zelesky: Importance of Positivity

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When survivor Anne Zelesky heard the diagnosis of breast cancer, she “put myself in a coffin.” Then she realized that she needed to refocus. Family, friends, and a unofficial support group helped her surround herself with positive people. These days, she planning for a long happy life.

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