CRISTIE KERR: I think we were all doing pretty well with it because she was so upbeat about it. I think, as she says, when you find out you have something like this, you're hungry for knowledge to learn about it. She researched like every Web site that had information on it and found a group, a support group, and kind of went to that and because of her she was very emotional, obviously, because it's cancer. But she did everything she could to kind of educate herself on the disease and things she could do, squeeze fresh juice in the morning or whatever you had to do to try and get through it.
So that helped a lot for us, my sister and I, and even my father, who they are divorced now. Everybody was in great support of what she was doing and that made it easier that she was so proactive. Some people kind of just curl up in a little ball and say, hey, well this is going to defeat me, but that's not my mom.
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