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A Mom With Stage IV Breast Cancer
Ann is the single mother of two children; her son has cerebral palsy. When she was diagnosed with cancer, Ann didn't even have health insurance — but she's been a fighter from day one.
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I was 47 years old. After my zumba class, I took a shower and felt a hard pea sized bump in my breast. I called to get a mammogram the next day because it was a few weeks away from my annual. They said I had to wait til it was due. Luckily my gynocologist got me in that day. That same week I had seen an attorney about filing for divorce…
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