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Pam's Story

What do you do when your diagnostic studies are normal, but you aren't?

On June 12, 2014, I had my annual mammogram. Later that day, I found a rubbery lump in my right breast. Three days later, I learned (by letter) that my mammogram was normal...

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My Journey

At 39, I was diagnosed with DCIS. I had a lumpectomy with clean margins, radiation and took Tamoxifen for five years. I was declared "cured." Five years ago, they found cancer on my vertebrae and lung, and thought it was Stage 4 lung cancer. Actually, my Stage 0 breast cancer was now Stage 4...

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The University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, through its program of Patient and Family Support Services, helps needy patients to better cope with the physical challenges that come with cancer treatments.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help a woman with the expense of a wig, wig fitting, breast prosthesis, or other similar need. Thank you!

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