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I Am A Survivor!

I was 28, a mother of 3 beautiful boys, and recently divorced. How would I ever be able to care for my children? Friends, family and people that I barely even knew all began to reach out. The man I had just started dating, who I was sure would leave, stood by my side and was there every step of the way, and is now my husband.

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Breast Cancer at 23

I was 23 years old and was raising my beautiful 3-month-old son when I first felt the lump. I shook it off thinking that it was a blocked milk duct since I was breast feeding. After a few weeks, I went and saw my OB who thought the lump was from a breast infection and treated me with antibiotics…

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So Your Friend Has Cancer

When someone close to you has cancer, it can be difficult to know what to say or do. We've compiled a list of tips and thoughtful gestures to make your friend feel cherished — #8 is brilliant.

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Endowed Fund for The Breast Cancer Site Researcher at Mayo Clinic

Every moment counts in the fight against breast cancer and in the search for a cure. And now, The Breast Cancer Site has found one more way to help. We've created The Breast Cancer Site Endowed Fund for Breast Cancer Research at Mayo Clinic.

Donations through this Gift That Gives More™ help fund this endowment. Contributions to the fund are matched by Mayo Clinic up to $250,000, so your contribution is doubled to make an even greater difference! Thank you!

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