Edmond sisters take drastic measures against cancer
When sisters Wendy Shepherd and Stacey Holden, of Edmond, OK, found out that they carried the “breast cancer gene,” they decided they would take any steps necessary to reduce their chance of dying young like their mother did.
Judy Werber helped shaped the lives of dozens of babies during her career as a home day care provider in Edmond. Werber’s daughters hope their mother’s story will touch even more lives two years after her death. Actually, they hope her story will save lives.
Wendy Shepherd, 35, and Stacey Holden, 37, both of Edmond, lost their mother on Nov. 28, 2010, to ovarian cancer just 19 days after the cancer was found. When they learned that, like their...
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