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Isabel's Story

I'm a 37-year-old single mom. I got divorced when my baby was only 2 weeks old. She is 9 now. I was diagnosed with DCIS in 2011. We caught it early, so I decided on a lumpectomy and radiation. I went for check-ups every 6 months and last year in April, they found new calcifications...

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Diagnosed With Stage 2A

My husband was diagnosed with malignant melanoma in 2012. In early 2013, I felt a lump in my breast, but was reassured that because of my young age it was probably fibrosis tissue...

I'm A Phoenix

I was given less than 15% chance of survival. I had both of my breasts removed. I removed my uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. But I am still here, and I adopted a beautiful little boy is who the light of my life. That is why I tattooed a Phoenix on my back, because I came back to life.

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Younger women diagnosed with breast cancer have unique needs compared to older women. In addition to having the tendency of a more aggressive disease, many are also faced with issues such as infertility, early menopause, body image, developing careers, raising young families and more. SurviveDAT is a support program for young women with breast cancer, their families, and caregivers.

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