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Lord Jesus, I come before you just as I am. I am
sorry for my sins, I repent of my sins, please for-
give me. In your name I forgive all others for
what they have done against me.
I renounce Satan, the evil spirits and all their
works. I give you my entire self, Lord Jesus now
and forever. I invite you into my life, Jesus. I
accept you as my Lord, God and Saviour. Heal
me, change me, strengthen me in body, soul
Come, Lord Jesus, cover me with your precious
blood, and fill me with your Holy Spirit. I Love
You, Lord Jesus. I Praise You, Jesus. I Thank
You, Jesus. I shall follow you every day of my
Say this prayer faithfully no matter what you
feel, when you come to the point where you
sincerely mean each word, with all your heart,
something good spiritually will happen to you.
You will experience Jesus, and HE will change
your whole life in a very special way.
YOU WILL SEE.
Quincy and Shereez Langton were married on October 17.
scholarship allowed us to afford
something we couldn t. That is a great
gift that came into my life," he said. It
would also be a gift to T&T after he
He said his father, now deceased,
was a clear driving force for his getting
into medicine. There were no doctors
in his family and so, no one but his
father to look up to.
While studying for a doctorate in
breast cancer, Rampaul met world
famous surgeons like Prof Roger Blamey
and Douglas Macmillan. Blamey, 79,
died last year. He helped to lead a rev-
olution in the treatment of breast can-
cer, improving the quality of life and
prospects for hundreds of thousands
of women around the world.
Rampaul said, "They really defined
and refined breast cancer care to take
it out of the dark ages and make it
something that was very independent,
that women with breast cancer would
be able to start to see a better level of
"Working with people like them
allowed me to see an area that was very
intimate with somebody s life, not just
someone who has breast cancer but
being involved with women who are
worried they may have something or
not, or someone who needs care."
He explained that he has to be able
to convince a woman that the treatment
he is providing is "convincing" and
even if he tells her she s normal, he
has to get her to believe him.
"Everyone is scared that something
could be wrong."
Reflecting on his journey, Rampaul,
who has performed "thousands" of
surgeries in his career, said it was won-
derful and while he had met many chal-
lenges, some humbling and some
humiliating, he would never change a
thing if he had to do it over.
mark on doing something unique," he
scholarship a gift
to him and T&T
From page B1
More about Rampaul
Rampaul was born in England and lived there until
he was eight before moving to Trinidad.
He attended Presentation College, Chaguanas,
where he won a national scholarship. In 1995, he grad-
uated in medicine from the University of the West In-
dies. At the University of Nottingham, he underwent
surgical training and specialisation in breast and on-
coplastic/reconstructive surgery and, in 2008, re-
ceived the British Association of Surgical Oncology
and the British Association Plastic/Reconstructive and
Aesthetic Surgery Oncoplastic fellowship at the Uni-
versity of Newcastle. He received his doctorate from
the University of Nottingham.
He's married to Rachel, an attorney, and has two
sons---Alexander, six, and Julian, seven. Two rabbits,
Max and Spike, are also part of their family.
The earlier a breast cancer is diagnosed, the better
the treatment options and prognosis. Here are some
helpful tips in becoming breast aware:
• Know what is normal for you
• Know what changes to look and feel for
• Look at and feel your breasts regularly
• Report any changes without delay
• Go for breast screenings if you are 40 or over and
• Get checked today
Call Pink Hibiscus at 627-1010/1040, Email: spe-
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
BECOMING BREAST AWARE
BREAST CANCER STATS FROM 2008-2011
Surgical oncologist and oncoplastic
breast surgeon Dr Rajen Rampaul.
PHOTO: RHONDA RAMBALLY
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