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Author: Adrienne Wiliams

In April of 2003, a lump was found in my right breast. I immediately contacted my mother, and she advised me to call the doctor first thing in the morning. First thing Monday morning I called the doctor, and they told me to come in immediately. The doctor definitely said she felt a lump and sent me for a mammogram and sonogram ASAP. Well ASAP turned into a three-week wait. And within those three weeks, my boyfriend was gone.

Author: Aimee

I'll start on January 29, 2001. I was just sitting around chatting with my husband Mel. I had a dull pain high up on my right breast. I instinctly reached up to 'rub out' the pain. That was when I felt 'it.'

Author: Alison Hays

I first found the lump and just passed it off like it was nothing.

Author: Amber Brown

I had a baby Feb 1999, at the young age of 21. I nursed for 6 weeks then off and on for 6 months. 6 months after that I felt a lump and had discharge from my nipples.

Author: Amy Heyel

To be honest, I was probably a little overconfident when it came to my health.

Author: Amy Wolfe

I was 34 years old and 21 weeks pregnant when diagnosed with Stage II invasive breast cancer on October 10th, 2001.

Author: Amy Bullard

I had my first scheduled baseline mammogram in July 2002 at age 35 and everything was normal.  Then in February 2003 my husband found a small lump.

Author: Amy Thomas

In April of 1988, at 24 years of age, I was diagnosed with stage I breast cancer of the left breast.

Author: Amy Heeg

Sometimes, you just know.

Author: Angel Haney

I was diagnosed in Jan. of 2002. I remember that worse day of my life so vividly.