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I went to get my annual routine mammogram back in May 2007. I felt no lumps, we had no history of breast cancer in our family and therefore no reason to believe there was anything wrong. I had a mastecomy on my right breast July 1,2007, two surguries after that. I was very fortunate that they caught it as early as they did I didn't have to have chemo or radiation. And have been cancer free for for 2 years now.

Kim Hernandez
Bradenton, FL

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