Peggy Bitton and Sally Cavazos have a mother-daughter relationship that would fit nicely in a “Hallmark Hall of Fame” film. They share the same profession, take long road trips, read out loud together, finish one another's sentences. But when Sally discovered in 2006 that she had the same breast cancer diagnosis that her mother had 16 years before, that was enough togetherness for Peggy. “Why couldn't it have been me?” thought Peggy, now 89. They couldn't change places. But they could rely on each other. “I knew what she had ahead of her,” Peggy recalled. “You just learn to live with it, get through it and then you're home free for awhile. You have life and you have a family and you have a future. It's not over yet”/Dan Popkey, Idaho Statesman. More here.
Question: Have you ever been part of someone else's fight against cancer?