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Trust Your Instincts

After delivering my fourth child my OBGYN joked with me and said, if you intend on nursing her you'll never have to worry about breast cancer. For years I thought the same thing. I nursed four children, had no genetic history and was only 39 when I felt a nagging suspicion that something was wrong…

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I'm A Warrior

I was 17 years old the first time I was diagnosed with cancer. I had Hodgkins Lymphoma. After 11 weeks of radiation therapy, I went in remission. I had a recurrence at 29.

Seven years later, I was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. Then 10 months later, while doing a self breast exam...

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Lynn's Story

I went for a routine mammogram on April 5, 2013, which also turned into an ultrasound. The radiologist saw an area of concern and suggested a biopsy. On Friday morning, April 12, I got the call that I had breast cancer. I couldn't hear anything after that — breast cancer consumed every thought.

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Support For Young Women With Breast Cancer
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. It provides ongoing support in the form of online, local resources, information, encouragement, as well as face-to-face, professionally led support groups and workshops on topics such as nutrition, fertility and more. Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help young women facing a diagnosis get the support they need. Thank you!

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