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A Car Accident

When I was 39, I had a car accident. A driver went into me and I had whiplash and seatbelt bruising on my breast.

A month later I went to the doctor as I discovered a lump deep in my breast. She suspected it was a blood clot or damaged breast tissue but referred me to have a mammo...

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Tammy

Facing My Death

In November of 2012, in the midst of a brutal divorce. I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I went through three surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation. This has been the most challenging two years of my life, I have felt the most heart-wrenching lows, but I have ironically also had moments that were pure joy...

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Fighting On

I went to the ER for a pain in my stomach. The CT scan inadvertently caught a spot on my left breast. So I went to have a mammogram. They did both breasts, since I had missed my yearly. Then they told me the spot on the left wasn't what they were worried about — it was the spot on the right.

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