Cancer survivor felt God’s guiding hand
In February 1999, less than three years after having her first child, Tammy Goff received some news that changed her life forever.
Goff, just 28 years old at the time, learned that a lump in her breast was cancerous and that in order to save her life, she was forced to make some very difficult choices.
“I went to see my doctor after I discovered an unusual lump in my left breast and he wanted me to go in to have a mammogram,” explained Goff, now 42. “The mammogram indicated calcifications, which are a sign of cancer, and I went on from there to have a biopsy.”
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