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In this section, Living Beyond Breast Cancer brings you the stories of women affected by breast cancer as well as those of family members, friends and caregivers. Learn how they faced the complex medical, psychosocial, emotional, legal and financial challenges of the disease.
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Advice heard on a popular TV show enables a young woman to discover triple-negative breast cancer.
A 19-year-old woman perseveres to get a correct diagnosis despite skepticism from healthcare providers.
Ginny Fineberg, 64, combines her passion for volunteering and dogs to bring happiness to people diagnosed with cancer.
A nonprofit professional decides to receive treatment for triple-negative breast cancer through a clinical trial.
Diagnosed with estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer in a yearly mammogram, a woman learns to talk about her experience to give support to others.
In 1990, a young woman is told inflammatory breast cancer will take her life in less than a year. Twenty-two years later, she is an active advocate in the breast cancer community.
After seeing her sister go through a breast cancer diagnosis and two recurrences, and eventually being diagnosed herself, a woman learns of the BRCA1 gene mutation her family carries.
After breast cancer diagnosis, treatment, a recurrence and more treatment, a young woman achieves much hoped-for motherhood through adoption.
A young mother diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer finds strength in God and creativity.
In 1999, five women approached Lorraine Nagy about starting a breast cancer support group at the World Bank, where they worked. Twelve years later, the group has grown to 139 members.