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KJ’s Story (Breast Disease)

Pink Ribbon

In March of 2017, I finally received an official diagnosis of having PASH. This came after struggling for nearly 10 years with breast lumps and microcalcifications (that can only be detected by mammogram). I started this process in my late twenties and had multiple biopsies and mammograms every six months …

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Jamie’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Jamie Breast Cancer

I’m Jamie. I’m 39, and I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer on July 13, 2016. I had 8 rounds of chemotherapy and 6 weeks of radiation therapy. I had my mastectomy on March 6, 2017. My husband, children, step children, and family have been by my side through …

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Churee’s Story (Breast Cancer)

Churee

At 27, I was diagnosed with breast cancer, BRCA gene, HER2-positive, Stage 2. So I went through 8 rounds of aggressive chemotherapy and 35 rounds of radiation, a double radical mastectomy, 2 reconstruction surgeries, and a total hysterectomy in a year and a half’s time. Every doctor assured me it …

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