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A Mother's Love

My mother had breast cancer and so did her mother. I was a newly-divorced 24-year-old with a baby when I was told I had breast cancer. I had a mastectomy, chemo, and radiation. Fast forward 15 years: I now have 2 sons, ages 12 and 15. I was told I was sick again; this time I was given 6 months...

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The Cancer Phone Call

Breast cancer runs in Aniela's family, so she had planned to get a preventive double-mastectomy. But days before her appointment, she got a call from her doctor — and she recorded it.

Why Is This Being Ignored?

This minimally invasive breast cancer treatment lasts 30 minutes, the only after-care required is a Band-Aid, and it's not very costly. Why isn't this in the U.S.?

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