5 Things That Helped Me After My Mastectomy

Sometimes bad things happen. Sometimes you are 27-years-old and notice a lump in your breast. Sometimes a doctor tells you right before Christmas that your biopsy results show cancer: invasive ductal carcinoma. Sometimes you need surgery and chemo and radiation and hormone blockers to hopefully get every last cell, prevent recurrence, and make it to 30 like you always assumed you would.

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