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Karen Nugent / Breast cancer - Stage III
My journey with breast cancer started in November 2004. I was devastated, scared and numb when I found out I had cancer. At the time, I was 48 and thought that I was healthy.

I immediately started researching doctors and treatments. I found a surgeon near my home outside of Savannah, Georgia to remove the tumor. After the surgery, I consulted with a local oncologist and radiologist. The doctors were so impersonal. They didn't want to listen to a word I was saying.

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Dépassé depuis l'arrivé massif de près d'un million de Rohingyas birmans, le Bangladesh veut les reloger sur une île du golfe du Bengale dont l'ONU doute qu'elle soit même habitable ! Menacée de submersion, cette île a été aménagée depuis 2017 pour accueillir près de 100 000 Rohingyas. Plusieurs milliers d'entre eux y ont déjà été transférés. Aujourd'hui, ces personnes ...
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