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San Antonio woman loses mother, father and father-in-law while battling breast cancer

Mrs. Lesly Brown (Photos provided with permission)

SAN ANTONIO - October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and local breast cancer survivor Mrs. Lesly Brown's story continues to inspire cancer survivors and warriors.

Mrs. Lesly was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer back in 2008. She was only given six months to live. For the next four years, she faced nearly four rounds of Chemotherapy, causing her to lose 100 pounds, all of her hair and almost losing hope.

Mrs. Lesly was not only battling cancer, on top of medical treatment she dealt with the loss of her mother, father and father-in-law, making the fight even more challenging. Even in the darkest hour of her life, her courage, strength and faith kept her fighting.

Over a decade later she says she is living her best life with her loving family and three adorable grandchildren. She adds that she is retired and enjoys traveling the world.

Mrs. Lesly believes there is hope for anyone who gets the disease and shares an inspiring message of hope with fellow cancer warriors, " I am strong, I am powerful, I am fearless, I am a warrior."