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Sherry Oxford Recovering From Surgery




Editors Note: The following information was sent to us by Jennifer Pack, daughter of Sherry Oxford.

 

Sherry Oxford well known photographer of SHOW photography, was diagnosed with breast cancer. Surgery is set for Friday, April 21 at Williamson Co. Medical Center in Franklin.  

  

The family still does not know what type of cancer it is (invasive intraductal carcinoma or the infiltrating invasive lobular carcinoma). They do know that it is in her right breast and in the axillary lymph nodes underneath her right arm.  A mastectomy will be performed on the right breast.

  

“Right now I think we need prayers more than anything.  Everyone that knows what's going on has already been so supportive and caring.  There aren't enough ways to say thank you for the support, calls and prayers we have already received.” said daughter Jennifer Pack

TUESDAY April, 25

The Walking Horse Report received information that Oxford is recovering well from her recent mastectomy. The family was also informed that the cancer has spread into her hip and her back. She will meet with her oncologist in two weeks to start planning her type of treatment .


Cards may be sent to Sherry Oxford, 1657 Hwy 41A North, Shelbyville, TN 37160.

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