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Mandato Looks Back on Biopsies, Beanies, and Life Changes

Mandato Looks Back on Biopsies, Beanies, and Life Changes

Mandato describes the way the disease changed her life, but didn’t change her, saying, “What I noticed was that people were really uncomfortable around me because they didn’t necessarily know what to say,” she said. “But I wanted to tell them no one’s changed, like I still like the same jokes, the same things.”

2018 Relay for Life Raises Over $133,000
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2018 Relay for Life Raises Over $133,000

“The strength instilled in me as a child came into play and I found the power I never knew existed in me,” said Queenie Santos, a breast cancer survivor, to those gathered. “For the first time in my life I couldn’t run away from what I was scared of or terrified of. I had to stand up to face it head on, and to fight.”

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