Here's Deb's story in her own words: (she shared this with our team at New Tradition)
"Because I feel that you all are a part of my extended family, I want to share some news about myself and the next few months so that there are no crazy rumors or misunderstandings of my current situation. Many of you know that in 2010 I was diagnosed with stage 3c ovarian cancer, a chronic disease with no cure. Unlike so many, I have survived that ordeal and have enjoyed more than 6 years of remission. Unfortunately at my last exam, a new quarter size tumor was detected and I will once again require surgery and chemo treatments. It is not nearly as bad as the first diagnosis and my oncologist is extremely optimistic that all will go well and I should be able to enjoy another long remission. The sassy short blond wig will be resurfacing again so a new look will be coming my way! Hoping that it's true that blondes have more fun! Keep me in your prayers that all goes as expected. I know that I will ace this with the love and prayers of friends and family. Thanks in advance for your support."
You got this, DEB!
WE LOVE YOU!
-Your New Tradition Homes Family
- Jan & Jim Faust
- Kathy Morgan
- Doug and Eva Balkema
- Jacque Bauman
- Telina Violette
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