"We have been together four years, two of them married. Since we got married in September of 2014, I have had four surgeries not related to my cancer, but for other health problems. My husband has been nothing but supportive, and an awesome caregiver.
"When I got the call that I had cancer, he just held me and we cried together. I have yet to start treatment, but he has assured me, that my mastectomies will not affect how he feels about me, or his attraction to me. He is more concerned that I get rid of this cancer and get my life back. He is my best friend, my lover, my husband, and and a wonderful daddy to my six-year-old son."
-- MFalabella, committed since 2012
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