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In September 2013, after struggling with homelessness and battling instability, I was determined to keep my new job at all costs. I ignored that nagging, pinching sensation on my right breast and my existing disabilities. I began to push myself emotionally and physically to provide for my teenage daughter...
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My life was seemingly perfect at the age of 31. I was living in a new country with my husband, we had a beautiful new baby girl and everything seemed possible.
I was shocked when I found out I had breast cancer at 36. I was active duty in the Navy when I was diagnosed. I opted to have a bilateral mastectomy versus just removing my left breast. For two years I went without reconstruction. I had to learn to balance myself and find clothes I felt comfortable in...
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