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My Aunt Gerry was a big part of my life. She was my mothers sister and a second mom to me. She was there for me when my children were born, so I had to be there for her when she got sick. She is a testament to getting early breast exams and mammograms. If we had found her lumps sooner, she would have survived. Her doctors were great and did all they knew how to do. Many advances have been made since her passing, and I hope this will encourage just one person to get checked. I am sure that is what she would want too.

Lynn
Pinon Hills, CA

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