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In April, I felt a lump. I almost cancelled my appointment because my dad and stepmom were in town, but they told me, "Absolutely not!" So my stepmom and I went, and I wasn't worried — after all I had no family history of breast cancer, I don't smoke and rarely drink. Oh, and I'm just 33 years old.
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When I first heard about my lump, my doctors ignored it. "Oh, return in six months. We will see then." So I didn't worry about it. Read more of her story »
After a breast cancer diagnosis, stress levels can skyrocket. Your spouse is going to be anxious and scared, and is going to need your help now more than ever.
According to Indianapolis Fox affiliate WXIN, Tracy Jaisle was a 38-year-old mother and wife as well as marathon runner when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
In 2008, Cheryl felt a lump in her breast. After going through the diagnosis, she decided it was now or never — and finally started to pursue a career in country music as a singer/songwriter.
Breast cancer treatments can be very harsh on the body.
Sydnie McDowell is a high school junior who has been caring for her mother since 2012.