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Eyewear Retailer Bravely Faces Cancer’s Return

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After 18 years in remission, she is scheduled for a marrow transplant next month.

North Carolina eyewear retailer Becky Causey quickly summoned a positive attitude regarding the return of the lymphoma that had been in remission for 18 years. When doctors told her she had a 50 percent chance of survival with a bone-marrow transplant, she recalls, “I sat quietly for a few minutes and then I thought, ‘Oh, that cup’s half full.’” Causey, who has owned her designer eyewear shop, The View, in downtown Greensboro for 11 years, is scheduled for a marrow transplant next month. The donor is her sister.

Read more and see images at Greensboro News and Record

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