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"When the journey begins, it's terrifying; it's devastating and it takes your breath away," Dennis Diaz recalled.

"I found a huge lump," she said. "I knew I had fibrous tissue, but what happened was the tumor was growing underneath the tissue."

The next day, she called her doctor. After getting a mammogram that came back as abnormal, she got a biopsy, which determined that her tumor was being fed by the estrogen made by her body.

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The initial diagnosis was that the tumor was a small, garden variety cancer, Diaz recalled.

"But my sister always said, 'You need to get a second opinion,'" she said.

So, she drove to a doctor in Albuquerque and that's what she did, with a surgeon who had been specializing in breast cancer for 15 years.

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She also worried how it would affect her three children, Jessica, now 28, Ryan, 24, and Tiffany, 22.

"They were very supportive and encouraging," she said. "And Dennis has never let me got to a doctors appointment without him because he doesn't want me to get bad news while I'm alone."

Dennis said the journey through breast cancer has strengthened the couple's family and marriage.

"Our marriage was good but not great before this, and it has become 10 times better. We have learned not to take each other for granted and not to take each day for granted and not to let conflict linger," he said.