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"I had promised my primary care physician that when I turned 40 I'd get a mammogram. I did just that, and they told me to return in six months. They explained that was normal, as they had no comparison. When I returned, I got a biopsy, and then it was a whirlwind of events..."

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"I have been married to this lovely man for ten years now. Even better, we've been together for sixteen years — which is almost half of our lives. I fell in love with him fairly early in our relationship. He did too; he just refused to admit it for a while."

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In October, I came home from work and got my boxers ready for their walk. I had my big male with me when he lunged for a squirrel, and I felt and heard a pop come from my chest area. Pain was instant and I assumed I had sprained my pectoral, or ripped the muscle…

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