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  • Breast cancer stories

    There’s a lot to be said for reading someone’s story in his or her own words. It’s as if you can hear in those words the inner strength they’ve gained from their struggles. Take a look at a few and we promise, you won’t go away unmoved. Or you can share your own story to inspire, motivate or comfort others.

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    I think the most important thing you can tell someone who has just been told that she has breast cancer is that she does not have to do it alone.

    A. Rebecca West

    Survivor

    Pienso que lo más importante que se le puede decir a alguien que se acaba de enterar que tiene cáncer de seno es que ella no tiene por qué enfrentar esto sola.

    A. Rebecca West

    Survivor

    Amy Watts

    Survivor

    Becky Aglinsky

    Survivor

    Betty Collazos

    Survivor

    Bob and Kim Badali

    Co-Survivor

    Bob Rorke

    Survivor

    Bonnie Chizek

    Survivor

    If I could do something to help prevent further generations [from getting breast cancer], that made sense to me.

    Bonnie Olson

    Survivor