Conqueror Copes With Lymphedema
After surgery and nearly a year of chemotherapy and radiation, Kristine Dice’s advanced breast cancer is officially in remission. But don’t call her a survivor. She insists she’s a cancer conqueror.
Taming her cancer took intense treatment, and the disease left its calling card in the form of upper extremity lymphedema (ULE).
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