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09/15/23 | BY: Robin Warshaw
Jonise Louis, diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer while expecting her second child, now embraces life’s small triumphs while passionately working to foster accessible and open conversations about breast health.
Having a baby after a breast cancer diagnosis: Meghan’s story
In episode 5 of LBBC’s new Can and Did podcast, Meghan, an LBBC Young Advocate, shares her story about having a baby via a gestational carrier after an early-stage and then a stage IV breast cancer diagnosis.
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