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I am a management faculty by profession and left my full time job in June 2012 when I got diagnosed with breast cancer. I am perfectly healthy and fit now and run my own NGO `Yes to Life' towards this cause.
Words like ‘crazy’, `positive' and `adventurous' define me. I say `yes to life' every moment of my life after conquering cancer.
Feel positive and happy (dare I say inspired!) with me as you read along.
Facebook link: www.facebook.com/yes2life.in
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