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After having my yearly mammogram, I stopped in for a few groceries. Halfway through the store, the nurse called me. I hurried to my doctor's office and he told me that I had breast cancer! I was so calm, I felt outside my body. But then, I looked up and saw my son with his arms extended...

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With a breast cancer diagnosis, everything is harder. Treatments are exhausting, and a drain on precious resources including money and time. Working is still important - the bills don't stop, they get bigger - and family time is increasingly precious. Breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in Louisiana, but women are still in a position where they have to choose between priorities every day. Sometimes that choice is between getting to a potentially life-saving appointment and simply not being able to fill up the gas tank.

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