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LA MIRADA, Calif. - Ten-year-old Hannah Powell-Auslam is trying to remain brave as she copes with a rare form of breast cancer. "I feel like a kid inside but sometimes I feel like an adult, when I'm always at the hospital," Hannah told ABC's "Good Morning America" in an interview that aired Wednesday.
The fifth-grader at Escalona Elementary School in this Los Angeles bedroom community complained of itching in her side in April. Her mother discovered a lump, and that led to a diagnosis of breast cancer.
Originally posted by whaaa
reply to post by OhZone
Thanks for the stats and link. The conspiracy theorist in me wonders if somehow the chemical industry and big pharma haven't found a unique way to make a lot of money, creating the conditions for cancer then treating it. Even in my small village there seems to be an inordinate of cancers affecting women in particular. A huge number of cervical and uterine cancer.