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My Amazing Son

I was 46 years old and underwent a biopsy on my right breast. This was supposed to be routine. For my post op appointment, I was in the exam room waiting for the doctor, and it was a long wait — I did not know they had called my son to be at my side, and were waiting for him to arrive before giving me news...

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Beverly's Story

A blessing in disguise: in 2010, my mother called me and said she had breast cancer. At the time I lived in Nashville, so I prayed about it and God led me back to Kentucky. Three months later I had a blood clot in my leg so I had surgery. My doctor said something was wrong and ran some tests…

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Heidi's Story

In 2011, while pregnant with my fourth child, I found a lump. The aggressive cancer required chemo immediately. I was stunned. Momentarily I forgot I was 6 months pregnant! I was reassured the chemo wouldn't harm the baby. Two weeks later and overwhelmed, I waddled into my 1st chemo session with my husband by my side…

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