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Three Christmases ago I learned I had breast cancer for the second time, and for the second time my life was spared because of early detection. Even though I lost both breasts and endured 18 months of hell, I emerged healthier in body and spirit, and now I gladly devote myself to supporting people whose lives have been touched my breast cancer. Through my website I hear from women all over north america who are facing or recovering from some stage of treatment. I am particularly interested in reconstructive surgery since I had the latest and best DIEP flap procedure and have perky breasts and a flat tummy to show for it. I am a DIEP sister and will sign off with my motto

I am alive and I have cleavage!


Jamie Inman
Hollister, CA

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