Thorn was diagnosed at Lankenau with a rare form of ovarian cancer that
occurs in the fallopian tubes. Cathy went into remission after surgery
and a six-month course of chemotherapy but the cancer eventually
returned. A second round of chemotherapy and radiation later, Cathy is 3
½ years into her second remission and continues to look forward with the
mindset of a perseverant and a third climb of Kilimanjaro on the horizon
was August 2012 when Mary Pallotta was diagnosed with cancer. After a
recommendation from her primary care doctor, she had scheduled a
mammogram and bilateral ultrasound only to find out that what she had
thought was a cyst turned out to be something much more: Stage 2 breast
cancer that had spread to her lymph nodes.
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