A LOCAL breast cancer survivor who was part of the inaugural meeting of Wangaratta’s Reclaim Your Curves group has welcomed its establishment. Kim-Maree Cherry, a Benalla resident who works in Wangaratta, attended the group’s first meeting in February, and said it had changed her attitude to breast reconstruction. “I was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in 2014, and had a bilateral mastectomy, hysterectomy, chemotherapy and radiation,”she said.“I had found it hard to find information about breast reconstruction, this group and the information it provided made a real difference..
5/5/2017 08:19:45 am
I am Kim-Maree's mum and I am very proud of my daughter. I would like to say thank you to the organisation of reclaim my curves.
Louise Turner (RYC)
5/5/2017 11:42:33 am
Good morning Pat, thank you for taking the time to post your kind words. Kim has done a beautiful job of sharing her story. You have much to be proud of, you would understand how difficult this journey is for girls like Kim-Maree. It is our pleasure to support them along the way.
2/2/2023 11:52:58 am
Great Article! Thank you for sharing this is very informative testimony about breast cancer survivor.
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