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From January 2004 through October 2004, Michelle had 14 rounds of chemo every other week, each lasting 48 hours, She lost weight and her hair, but had not lost her will to fight or live. All while she managed to continue as a full-time college student earning a GPA of 3.5 or better each semester. Sadly, we found out in November 2004 that her cancer had spread to both lungs.

From December 2005 - June 2005 she had 12 more rounds of chemo each lasting 48 hours every other week. She continued in school as a full-time student teacher. She did her student teaching at Bakersville Elementary School in Manchester, a school she chose because of its diversity and the warm and fuzzy feeling she got from the staff and students.

She was so excited and did a super job, but in reality she was completely exhausted from her treatments. It took her a good three or four days after her chemo to feel somewhat normal. She finished the semester, and graduated on May 21 with a BS in Childhood Studies, Cum Laude. We were so very proud.



2.)...so very proud
From January 2004 through
October 2004, Michelle had
14 rounds of chemo every
other week, each lasting 48
hours, She lost weight and her
hair, but had not lost her will
to fight...

3.) Outlive our daughter?
She was an excellent student
teacher and any district that
hired her would be lucky...

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