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Jan102016

Super Patient: Diane Milne Gives Other Cancer Patients the Tools that Helped Her Survive

June 14, 2014 started out like any other day for Diane Milne. But then, just before the two-hour Zumba exercise class she took almost every morning, she suddenly couldn’t breathe. “I had an overwhelming sense of doom,” recalls Diane, a 68-year-old retired nurse. “I was home alone and I thought I was going to die.”

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