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Segura's Story

In August 2014, my husband found a lump on my right breast. I thought he was messing with me. I honestly didn't think about it until a couple of days later when I felt the lump myself. The doctor thought it was an inflammatory infection due to my menstrual cycle and gave me antibiotics. They didn't help…

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Kalina's Story

During my annual check up, my doctor asked, "Have you been doing your self exams?" I told her I had forgotten since my hysterectomy, because I don't get that monthly reminder, so she let me feel what she felt — a quarter-sized lump. She told me not to worry because she was sure it was fibroadenoma...

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