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What do you do when your diagnostic studies are normal, but you aren't?
On June 12, 2014, I had my annual mammogram. Later that day, I found a rubbery lump in my right breast. Three days later, I learned (by letter) that my mammogram was normal...
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But I'm Only 30
I was diagnosed with 'the dirty C word' at the age of 30. Two days later I had a nipple-sparing bilateral mastectomy with 18 lymph nodes removed. Two were cancerous. The cancer was 30mm and ER+. I did IVF and froze four of my eggs before starting six rounds of chemo. Then I started breath-hold radiotherapy…
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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 diagnosed with cancer while pregnant don't have to face it alone.
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