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Cindy’s Story (Breast Cancer)

While going to college, at 39 years old, for surgical technology, I had a mammogram followed by a needle biopsy and then a surgical biopsy. Fortunately for me it was detected early and was also contained within a milk gland so it couldn’t spread, thus requiring no chemotherapy or radiation. …

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Terry’s Story (Breast Cancer)

My parents were killed in 1976. My mother was 41 when she died. In 2006, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. After surgery and radiation, I am a survivor. I have 2 sisters, one is my identical twin. She just found out she had a positive biopsy. We don’t know …

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Allison’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Hi! My name is Allison. I was diagnosed on my 34th birthday with stage 4 breast cancer with widespread bone metastasis, and on a recent CT scan they found a small lesion. I’ve had three collapsed vertebrae and have trouble walking because of the numerous bone lesions on my spine, …

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Carla’s Story (Breast Cancer)

I was visiting my mom and dad for our family’s normal Sunday afternoon dinner on December 16th. I asked my mom to feel my breast. It was hard, inflamed, and blood was coming from the nipple. I went to the doctor the next day and they did a mammogram. The …

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