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Cause: Breast Cancer

Karen’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Karen's Breast Cancer Story

I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009. After a double mastectomy and many trips for chemotherapy, I was in remission for two years. Five years and five months later, the cancer came back behind my sternum. Radiation and chemo! Two years later, at my yearly scan, I am …

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Bone Health and Breast Cancer

One of the last things you may think about when diagnosed with breast cancer is the health of your bones. You probably already know the importance of keeping your bones healthy throughout your life, but it becomes especially important after a breast cancer diagnosis. Why? Certain treatments, such as chemotherapy, can …

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Kathy’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Pink Ribbon

I was diagnosed at age 42: triple negative breast cancer. I had a double mastectomy and four rounds of chemotherapy. Then 2011, I had reconstruction and a hysterectomy in a 10-hour surgery Nipple reconstruction failed four times and I even got MRSA. I gave up on nipple reconstruction or tattooing. Just …

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