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Ary's Story

It all began one Friday at 6:45 am. I was scheduled for a mammogram because I was feeling a throbbing pain on my left breast when I would lay down on my side and when showering. I had a gut feeling something was wrong. The nurse had to call my doctor and request a prescription for an ultrasound…

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Set Free

October 8, 2014. Took my kids to school, grabbed a coffee, and called my doctors office about a lump I had found in my right breast. Three hours later a radiologist told me it was breast cancer and they needed to perform a biopsy to confirm. The tornado of doctors, procedures, and emotions began...

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Two-Time Survivor

In September of 2001, I went for a routine pap smear and was told I had a lump in my breast. I asked if I should be concerned and was told, "It's probably just a cyst, come back in six months." In October, I went for a breast ultrasound. I was told the same thing. In February 2002, my left armpit began to ache…

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