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Jodi's Story

Two months ago I noticed a small bead-like lump in the left of my nipple. I went to the doctor's, where she said it was probably a milk duct as I had had a baby five months earlier. She referred me to a breast specialist as I had a huge family history of breast cancer and I did not breastfeed...

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Pamela's Tattoo

On the one year anniversary of my diagnosis I wanted to get a tattoo. After getting it done by a family friend, it was horrible. A tattoo shop was having a cover-up contest, so I submitted my story — and was named as a finalist. Then, three contestants read my story and bowed out so I could win!

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I Take Care Of Myself

Video: I Take Care Of Myself

Myriam Escobar is one exceptional lady! Escobar works with Hispanic woman through Yo Me Cuido, or "I Take Care Of Myself," a program that encourages women to live healthy.

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Sweet Liberty Dance Team

Sweet Liberty Dance Team 2014: A Dance Inspired By Breast Cancer

Watch as the ladies of the Sweet Liberty dance team gracefully perform with pink props and signs emblazoned with words like “Inspire”, “Memories”, “Empower”, and “Survive”. Take a look!

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