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Lorei's Story

In April, I felt a lump. I almost cancelled my appointment because my dad and stepmom were in town, but they told me, "Absolutely not!" So my stepmom and I went, and I wasn't worried — after all I had no family history of breast cancer, I don't smoke and rarely drink. Oh, and I'm just 33 years old.

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Jen's Story

When I first heard about my lump, my doctors ignored it. "Oh, return in six months. We will see then." So I didn't worry about it. Read more of her story »

Nancy's Story

I went for a routine mammogram on April 5, 2013, which also turned into an ultrasound. The radiologist saw an area of concern and suggested a biopsy. On Friday morning, April 12, I got the call that I had breast cancer. I couldn't hear anything after that — breast cancer consumed every thought.

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