Speech to Text for Five Years as a Breast Cancer Survivor
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5 minutes into the future, let alone five years after being diagnosed with cancer. colleen dorr shared her story with newswatch 12's alicia rubin and gives us a look into the past five years of her life as a survivor. "it's almost 5, it's coming up on five years." 5 years since coleen dorr received the news that she had been expecting. "i kind of was anticipating something along this line to kind of pop up. i have diagnosis. "i happened to marry a man who his first wife died of breast cancer so it was not truly a self survivor. "when you hit that five-year mark there is a sense of relief but a sense of fear butted-- i guess i won't end until january of next year." perhaps no one knows betterwhat she's going participants nearly four years ago. "it gives a totally different element to the standardize treatment ashland is free to all survivors and includes multiple sessions where they can share their stories and interact with the horses. "we talked about the horses things that come through." each woman's experience is unique. "for me, it was allowing compassion for my own fears and some of the exercises that you go through in the program really stretched it for me closure but also provides a sense of inclusion one that colleen couldn't imagine life without. "you know when you get the diagnosis, you become the member of a club that you really never wanted to join but you learn quickly that the other on newswatch 12 at 5 hear from another woman who is a part of that survivor club course of her and her son's life. medford police need your help finding a missing man.