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Jodi was diagnosed with breast cancer just two years after her twin sister also received a diagnosis, despite not having any genetic link. Jodi chatted to us about her and experience and how she found comfort knowing that her twin sister had already dealt with treatment.
Rebecca had been breastfeeding for two years when she came across a lump on her breast and was diagnosed with breast cancer. Rebecca spoke to us about why she decided to visit her doctor and why early detection is so important.
Lucy was 32, and 18 weeks pregnant when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. We spoke to Lucy about her experience of breast cancer during pregnancy.
Billy-Joe found a lump aged 24 and has learnt to overcome the barriers and dysphoria that may have prevented regular checking and early detection.
We spoke to Jane about their experience of a scare aged 25, and how their experience with the GP left them feeling safe and listened to.
During a routine self-check, 25-year-old Bethan noticed something wasn’t quite right. Bethan tells us why she decided to visit her doctor, and her advice for anyone who notices something that’s not normal for them.