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Being diagnosed with breast cancer in your twenties is a frightening experience. Lump to Laughter is currently in search of women in this age group to Share their Stories with us. In the meantime, we have found many resources for women in this age group....
Twenties
My name is Natalie and this is my story: I am 33 years old with a wonderful husband of almost 12 years and two beautiful little girls—6 and 2. I found a lump while performing a self breast exam in March. I almost ignored it...
Thirties
My name is Elizabeth. I am 44 years old. Five days before my 44th birthday, I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I never dreamed it would happen to me. I had no history of breast cancer in my family, and had no health problems up to that point in my life. This is going to sound strange, but I am thankful for my breast cancer experience.
Forties
I was diagnosed with a very rare breast cancer – Inflammatory Breast Cancer – in May, 2001. Until I was diagnosed with it, I had never heard of IBC...With IBC, there is no lump, but a cluster or sheet of cells that seem to appear in a relatively short time. Whereas normally, a breast cancer cell can take between five to seven years to form into a tumor that can be picked up on a mammogram, the doubling rate for IBC cancer cells can take as little as ten (10) days. Here is a list of the symptoms...
Fifties
Being diagnosed with breast cancer in your Sixties is a frightening experience. Lump to Laughter is currently in search of women in this age group to Share their Stories with us. In the meantime, we have a beautiful story to share with you written by a grandchild who writes about her grandmotherʼs journey...
Sixties

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