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Segura's Story

In August 2014, my husband found a lump on my right breast. I thought he was messing with me. I honestly didn't think about it until a couple of days later when I felt the lump myself. The doctor thought it was an inflammatory infection due to my menstrual cycle and gave me antibiotics. They didn't help…

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Trust Your Instincts

After delivering my fourth child my OBGYN joked with me and said, if you intend on nursing her you'll never have to worry about breast cancer. For years I thought the same thing. I nursed four children, had no genetic history and was only 39 when I felt a nagging suspicion that something was wrong…

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Rosie's Story

Lying in bed one night, I found a lump on my right breast. I woke up Vince (my fiance), told him about it and the next day went to the doctor. Had a mammogram, then an ultrasound, and before you know it, I met with a surgeon. He wanted me to get a biopsy and an MRI. Well, after almost two weeks...

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