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Lobular Cancer

I DO NOT fit the statistics and my doctors have had to throw out the book to treat me. I was diagnosed with a very little known and barely studied form of breast cancer. Here's my story.

At age 41, I scheduled a routine mammogram and ultrasound, because of my age...

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Guardian Angel

I lost my father September 14, 2014 to small cell cancer. I was, and always will be Daddy's Little Girl. It is usually mid-September that I get my annual mammogram. I didn't. However, in November my Dad's voice in the back of my head started telling me that I had too long of a history of chest x-rays not to go…

— Click to read more about Kristin —

Being A Blessing

In October, I came home from work and got my boxers ready for their walk. I had my big male with me when he lunged for a squirrel, and I felt and heard a pop come from my chest area. Pain was instant. I assumed I had sprained my pectoral or ripped the muscle. December came and I was still in pain…

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