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Sunscreen hadn’t been discovered/invented when I was a teen and sunshine was a major part of my upbringing. Cancer was something that always affected someone else and I had no clue that I was a good candidate for basal cell carcinoma. When I got it for a third time decades later, I knew it was serious and that my life would be changed forever. Through the extremely wonderful hospital staff and doctors, I made it through and am able to write this story today. Gong on two years now, I am cancer free and alive to tell you this story and share my experiences. Life is short enough and I hope others can benefit from my story. Stay well.