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My cousin got breast cancer at 40. She is 2 months and 2 days older than me. Thank goodness she is now 11 years in remission.
Sharon Schoepe says
I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Invasive Breast Cancer last December.
rochelle haynes says
My sister has breast cancer
Maryann D. says
Many many years ago, one of my Aunts had Breast Cancer but was cured, thankfully! She lived to 90 years old.
YVONNE WOODSTOCK says
I am thankful to have not had breast cancer but I make sure to get my mammogram every year. I did have a scare one year when the mammogram showed something suspicious, which was very stressful! I had to go get a 3D image then and at that point, they could tell it was not cancer, so since that happened several years ago, I just opt to get the 3D mammogram automatically from now on, so I don’t have to go through an unnecessary scare like that hopefully again.
I have had breast cancer affect 2 of my loved ones.
My great Aunt Glady, who was also our next door neighbor, got breast cancer and passed away. I don’t remember how old my Aunt Glady was. I just remember she was always so independent and full of life and laughs and travels and adventure. She didn’t even tell anyone she had breast cancer until she had it and had been fighting it for a while and realized she didn’t have much time left.
My Aunt Dolores, my mom’s sister, got breast cancer and she passed away too, she was 67.
donna porter says
This is a cause that is close to my heart. My sister has breast cancer and I have been through each step with her!