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Cathy Klimasewski, 58, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993. A mastectomy helped keep her cancer-free for three years, but it came back, four more times. With the support of her husband Ken, they've spent nearly two decades fighting for her health by searching for doctors they trust.

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