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My 24th Birthday

"Eight months after my father's death, I find something on my left breast. My doctor send me to do biopsy. I get my results... invasive ductal carcinoma. I think, how am I gonna tell my mother and brother that maybe I'm gonna die right after my father's death? I am only 23."

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Looks Suspicious

I got out of the shower and noticed my left nipple was inverted. "That's not good," I thought, sternly chiding myself for not doing self-body exams. When I got to work, I called and made an appointment. As my doctor examined my breast, he quietly said, "It looks suspicious." He called a surgeon…

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