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Author: Diana Calhoun

I found a pea-sized lump in 2005 at the age of 32. I went to my PC doctor who told me it was a fibroid cyst. The very next month it started to grow, and I went back to the same doctor who again told me I had nothing to worry about, it was a cyst. Four months later it had grown to the size of a golf ball, so I went to my OB/GYN for a second opinion.

Author: Donna Nowak

On September 28, 2001, my wife, Donna, was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 35. The way I look at Donna and life has not been the same since that day.

Author: Elaine Leone

I will start from the beginning, in 1997.

Author: Elizabeth Mandile

When I was 24 years old I found a breast lump.

Author: Elizabeth Smith

I was diagnosed at 26 with Stage II infiltrating ductal carcinoma.

Author: Ellen Hunter

I never thought about getting cancer. I was 31 years old. I had a 3-year-old daughter and 16-month-old girl/boy twins. I was a busy, stay-at-home mother of three. I had always been very health conscious, eating well, exercising, wearing sunscreen and getting regular skin checks.

Author: Ellen Feig

When I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in October 1998, I was terrified, confused and angry.

Author: Erica McArdle

First of all I am 28 years old, and I am a Breast Cancer Survivor.

Author: Erin Erck

n the end of 2007 I started experiencing pains in my right breast.

Author: Evelyne Novitsky

I remember every time I would pass myself in a mirror. I would look at my reflection in bewilderment.