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Previvor Story by Megan Burger aka @BRCA.lady on Instagram

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Previvor Story by Megan Burger aka @BRCA.lady on Instagram

The very moment I was sitting in the doctors room and got my results that said BRCA+, it was like a switch went off in my head and I knew that I was not going to wait around for cancer to get to me and I wanted to take control and make sure I was able to take my chances of getting Breast Cancer from 87% to 5%, by having a preventative double mastectomy!

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Living my Breast Life - a testimony by Kristi Rokita [Smith]

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Living my Breast Life - a testimony by Kristi Rokita [Smith]

The words: “it’s going to be a long journey” stick with me every day. Little did I know; it was a journey that was going to transform my life. Being diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer at the age of 28...

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A Testimony by Breast Cancer Survivor Erné Kuun

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A Testimony by Breast Cancer Survivor Erné Kuun

I was diagnose on the 18 Feb 2019 with breast cancer only 37 years old! ....! On the 22nd I went in for a double mastectomy.

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Breast Cancer Survivor Story - Lauren Grant @lulzharmse

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Breast Cancer Survivor Story - Lauren Grant @lulzharmse

Self-confidence; a feeling of trust in one’s abilities, qualities and judgement. Something most women have issues with in everyday life in general. Add cancer into the mix and the concoction can be devastating.  

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This month we focus on age and its relation to breast cancer

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This month we focus on age and its relation to breast cancer

The aging process is the biggest risk factor for breast cancer. That's because the longer we live, there are more opportunities for genetic damage (mutations) in the body. And as we age, our bodies are less capable of repairing genetic damage.

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