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My Cancer Tale

On December 1, 2014, at my 6-week postpartum checkup, I mentioned a lump to my doctor. When I was pregnant, I had felt what I thought was a cyst — but being 31, pregnant, and not having a family history of breast cancer, I didn't "freak out." Everything changes when you're pregnant…

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Little Girl's Act Of Kindness

Delaney was diagnosed with neuroblastoma three years ago and has been through multiple relapses. Her best friend decided that she didn't want her BFF to be bald alone...

Don't Ignore Pain

I was diagnosed at the age of 33 in August 2008: stage II breast cancer, ER+ and BRCA1 gene. After a double mastectomy, radiation, chemo and reconstruction, my hair started growing back. By 2010, I was cancer-free! Then while working my dream job in May 2011, my right lower thigh started hurting…

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