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Weston woman celebrates 8 years cancer free

10:58 PM, Jun. 26, 2013
Patti Jean Tidd of Weston, center, an eight-year cancer survivor, attends a June 7 Celebrate Life Tree planting ceremony with Cancer Treatment Centers of America Scott Jones, president and CEO, right, and Annie Stephenson, chairwoman elect, left, pictured at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Ill. A tree will be planted in Tidd's honor.
Patti Jean Tidd of Weston, center, an eight-year cancer survivor, attends a June 7 Celebrate Life Tree planting ceremony with Cancer Treatment Centers of America Scott Jones, president and CEO, right, and Annie Stephenson, chairwoman elect, left, pictured at Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Midwestern Regional Medical Center in Zion, Ill. A tree will be planted in Tidd's honor.
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It started with back and stomach aches that Patti Tidd couldn't ignore.

Two surgeries and eight years later, Tidd is celebrating another year cancer free, but she said the experience is one she'll never forget.

Tidd, now 36, was found to have stage one ovarian cancerin May 2005 when she was 28 years old. Though there's a history of cancer in her family, she said the news came as a shock. ...

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