Elizabeth Edwards has breast cancer

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  1. Debby in Philly

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    WASHINGTON - Elizabeth Edwards, wife of former Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards, was diagnosed with breast cancer the day her husband and Sen. John Kerry conceded the presidential race.

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  2. dianetavegia

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    I'm very sorry to hear this. From what I've read, hers is the type that can invade the whole body. I will certainly pray for her family.
     
  3. TaterTot

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    Oh, I hate to hear that. I'll pray for them, too.
     
  4. Pennsylvania Jim

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    Too bad. I hope she beats it.
     
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    I didn't realize they had lost a son in a car accident and then had more children after that. The children are quite young. I don't know how old Mrs. Edwards is.

    She's 55 and had her children late in life. She married at 28, had 2 children and then 2 others after the death of their son in 1996.

    I wish her only the best.

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    That is tragic - I am saddened for their family :( .
     
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    Having been in her shoes, I can truthfully say, "Pray for her and the whole Edwards family!"


    I had also wondered why they had a 23 year old and then a 6 year old and one evern younger . . . .
     

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