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“Cancer will always be with me”: How one patient lives with her diagnosis

Last week, as part of our series honoring women's cancer awareness months, we told the story of ovarian cancer survivor Mollie JarretIn the second installment of our series, we turn our focus to Stanford Women's Cancer Center patient Kristin Crosland, who leaned on the support of friends, her love of horses and the strength of her "inner warrior" to cope with a diagnosis of Stage 4 breast cancer. "It gives me incredible strength," she says of her identity as a warrior.

Previously: Following a cancer diagnosis, finding the strength to just keep running
Video by Friday's Films/Stanford Medical Center Development

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