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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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Breast cancer is a leading cause of death for women in Sierra Leone. Because of the stigma associated with cancer, many women are reluctant to seek help and many cannot afford treatment. The Thinking Pink Breast Cancer Foundation provides support, financial aid, and advocacy for them.
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I gave birth to my first and only child in March of '08, but she died at birth. Three months later I was diagnosed with HER2+ stage II-III breast cancer. I've had sixteen bouts of chemo along with ten surgeries. I was given six to eight months to live if my chemo didn't work...
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