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Dianna’s Story (Endometriosis)

My doctors just diagnosed me with endometriosis. We decided to take a conservative therapy approach, despite the horrible monthly pain, because I have not had children yet. In the last couple weeks since my diagnosis though, because of increased pain and the pain medication not relieving me yet, they have …

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Jamie’s Story (Breast Cancer)

I was 33 years old when I was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma. I had two young boys, ages 2 and 5. I opted for a bilateral mastectomy and completed 4 rounds of chemo. Today, almost 3 years, later I’m happy to say I’m cancer free. This is me after …

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Beth’s Story (Endometriosis)

I’ve battled through depression, and I’ve battled anxiety disorder, featuring panic attacks that can only be described as debilitating. And now I have to fight endometriosis, and I’m tired of fighting what is now a trifecta of “you got to be kidding me.” I first started having endo pain about …

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Angie’s Story (Breast Cancer)

My journey started in April 2015 at 41 years old with a diagnosis of IDC Breast Cancer Stage IIB, Est +, & BRCA 2 POSITIVE. I had zero symptoms, just a cautious doctor. My grandma, God bless her, fought and beat breast cancer twice. I never realized what she went …

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Gerie’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Hi, my breast cancer story began in March 2015, just before my 60th birthday, with an abnormal finding on my routine annual mammogram. Three days later, I was having an ultrasound. The radiologist could see something, but suggested I return in 3 months for a follow-up ultrasound to see if …

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