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Diagnosed With Stage 2A

My husband was diagnosed with malignant melanoma in 2012. In early 2013, I felt a lump in my breast, but was reassured that because of my young age it was probably fibrosis tissue...

Soldier & Survivor

In April 2008, while taking a shower, I found a lump in my left breast. I thought it was probably nothing. I was 29 years old, healthy, and busy, but decided to get it checked out by my family doctor. My grandmother had breast cancer, and I would soon be preparing for a deployment with the Army National Guard…

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I'm A Phoenix

I was given less than 15% chance of survival. I had both of my breasts removed. I removed my uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. But I am still here, and I adopted a beautiful little boy is who the light of my life. That is why I tattooed a Phoenix on my back, because I came back to life.

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Help A Pregnant Woman With Cancer

A cancer diagnosis by itself is a frightening and life-changing event. Imagine learning you have cancer when you are pregnant, trying to nurture a tiny life into being. It could be terrifying. But women have faced and overcome these circumstances before, and women diagnosed with cancer while pregnant don't have to face it alone. Hope for Two: The Pregnant with Cancer Network is a non-profit organization that provides resources for women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ support the work of Hope for Two: The Pregnant With Cancer Network. Thank you!

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