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When Sue Robinson felt a lump in her breast in February 2002, she knew she had cancer.
She had felt some pain first, and when she checked it out, she felt the lump.
"It was, of course, devastating," Robinson, 55, said. "It put me on my knees."
That was a Saturday. She called her doctor Monday, and a office assistant said her doctor could see her in two weeks.
"I said, 'You don't understand, I'm driving there right now,'" Robinson said.
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