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42 and HER2+
I had my first mammogram at 40. I had no family history of cancer but on my 3rd mammogram at 42, they thought they saw something. They did an ultrasound and determined it "probably wasn't cancer." I was asked to come back in 6 months; by then, what probably wasn't cancer was now 3.4cm…
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