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This Woman's On A Mission...

...to dance! When Deb was about to go under for a double mastectomy surgery, she only had one request: everyone had to have a dance party right before. Watch now!

Breast Cancer At 25

My story begins 10 years ago. When I was 15, my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer at 32. She lost her fight at the age of 36.

Fast forward 7 years — I was high on life. I was recently engaged, and nannying for a family who had just had a baby. But carrying the baby seat was giving me back pains...

— Click to read more about Jeannie's Journey —

Garth Brooks Serenades Woman

During a Garth Brooks concert in Minneapolis, a woman with breast cancer held up a sign for Garth to see. What happened next is absolutely beautiful. Watch now!

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