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ATLANTIC BEACH, Fla. -- Finding the words to comfort a loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer can be difficult. There are boundaries and limits some people tend to ignore or are not even aware of. An Atlantic Beach man decided to blog about the do's and don'ts after his wife of 40 years, Laurie Piscitelli, was diagnosed with breast cancer on August 19, 2015. He aims to help teach others what you likely should and should not say or do to someone battling cancer.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- "Ah, she will always be beautiful. Forever." That's what Martin Ramos said about his wife Laurie last year. He was speaking with us about their battle against breast cancer. Eventually, they did beat it, together.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Going through breast cancer is unimaginable for most of us, despite probably knowing at least one woman, or man, who has been diagnosed. Imagine watching your loved one go through chemotherapy treatments and now infusion treatments.
Inside Benivia Sapp's closet sits a lot of shoes, but six specific pairs mean more to her than the rest. Each pair was a gift from her father to keep her smiling through the toughest battle of her life.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Sometimes a little help from mother nature can be a big benefit to patients fighting breast cancer.