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No Family History

After my mammogram this year, I had more testing done. I didn't think twice, as this had happened before only to find a cyst. But this time, after another scan, an ultrasound and a biopsy, they told me it was cancer. I thought, are you sure? I don't have family history, I breast- fed, I exercise, and I eat healthy.

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Increased Risk Post-Diagnosis

Women are at a greater risk of contracting this type of cancer after having breast cancer, particularly within the first five years after a breast cancer diagnosis. Learn more.

Jyll’s Journey

I had my yearly mammogram and was told I needed to do additional imaging. After more tests, the radiologist told me that I needed to see a breast surgeon and have a wire localization with a surgical biopsy. My situation is complicated due to a rare bleeding disorder, Glanzmann's Thrombasthenia...

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Help Women in Sierra Leone Combat Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is a leading cause of death for women in Sierra Leone. Because of the stigma associated with cancer, many women are reluctant to seek help. And sadly, many women cannot afford treatment once they have been diagnosed. The Thinking Pink Breast Cancer Foundation, located in Freetown, Sierra Leone, provides support, financial assistance and advocacy for breast cancer patients.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help support a breast cancer patient in Sierra Leone. Thank you!

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