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She Had No "Real" Symptoms

Claire Stokes was pregnant with her second child when she first felt the symptoms of breast cancer in 2011. But she didn't recognize them for what they were, and neither did her doctor.

Little Girl's Act Of Kindness

Delaney was diagnosed with neuroblastoma three years ago and has been through multiple relapses. Her best friend decided that she didn't want her BFF to be bald alone...

Don't Ignore It

At 38 I felt the lump. I have family members with fibroids so I ignored it and chalked it up to genetics. Also, I felt healthy and didn't have insurance. Just 6 days before my 40th birthday, I went to my family doctor for extreme pain in my hip joint. My fiance encouraged me to have the doctor look at the lump...

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