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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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Celebrating Me

My life began at age 47 — meaning I had to focus more on myself than raising kids and a 28-year marriage. I was having terrible left leg and hip pain, and could no longer stand for long periods of time. My GP sent me for all kinds of tests for my leg. Everything was fine. The last thing I had to do was a mammogram...

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