Battle wounds: 27-year-old woman fights cancer for the second time
FARGO – Still sleepy from a nap, 1-year-old Aurora King pats her curly black locks as she looks up at her mom.
“She will touch her hair like ‘What is this stuff? Mommy and Daddy don’t have it, why do I?’ ” says 27-year-old Amber Lockwood of Fargo, N.D.
A nurse at the Roger Maris Cancer Center politely interrupts as Amber runs her fingers through her daughter’s hair.
It’s time to switch bags.
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