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Segura's Story

In August 2014, my husband found a lump on my right breast. I thought he was messing with me. I honestly didn't think about it until a couple of days later when I felt the lump myself. The doctor thought it was an inflammatory infection due to my menstrual cycle and gave me antibiotics. They didn't help…

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Kimberly's Story

"I have struggled not with 'why me God?', but 'what is my reason God?' My reason: self breast exams saved me and a team of physicians that did not blow this off! Leaning on the side of caution, I was a stage I grade I with diagnosis. I still face a lot, but I know I am not in this alone."

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