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I have to go and have a bit more taken out of my leg. It is a skin cancer, but not Melanoma. But I sill have to have some taken out, as it seems they didn't get it all. I shall let you know what transpires after this.
It will probably get done early next week. Beautybabe.
Hope everything goes well for you BeautyBabe, and best wishes for a speedy recovery.
I hope that this time they get it all out, BB. Stay strong chica! We r all here for you!
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