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Breast Cancer Isn’t Always a Lump!

Are you aware of the symptoms of breast cancer?  Do you do a regular self breast examination? Are you aware of how a healthy breast should look?

As women we are made well aware that we should do regular self breast exams as part of our breast health routine.  We are trained to understand how they feel, and how to feel for lumps.  But do we often pay attention to how they look? The reality is that breast cancer is not always a lump!

Our guest Terry Lynn Arnold of the The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Network shared her breast cancer story with a cancer…

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About gabbymottershead

Inflammatory Breast Cancer survivor and advocate, Breast Cacner UK ambassador, party animal, proud grandmother, mother to two wonderful sons, wife to Paul, loving life in Manchester, the best place on earth. Love my family, live music, my house rabbit and general shenanigans.
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  1. azmomofmanyhats says:

    Thank you, thank you for reblogging this article. Inflammatory breast cancer has affected my family directly. My sister was diagnosed in 2008 and is still in treatment. Like so many, we had a history of BC in our family but had never heard of this kind. It will be a wonderful day when there is no longer a need to have conversations about diseases such as this. It will be a wonderful day when BC is wiped out.

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