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Elaine

In 2017, at age 50, I received a letter inviting me to go for my first mammogram. My family doctor received a copy of the results and informed me that...
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Gaynor

I watched my mum suffer through cancer of the maxillary sinus and eventually die, at 52 from a resulting brain tumour. This introduced me at an early age to the...
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Carolyn

For my entire adult life, I was aware that my breasts were very ‘lumpy’. I was not large chested, and I could feel many bumps and rope like tethers –...
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Loraine

I felt what I thought might be a lump in my breast about three years ago. I brought this up to my family physician, and he felt it as well,...
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Sheila

I was originally told I had dense breasts about 8 years ago (2010). After having my screening mammogram, the tech asked me to wait while the radiologist checked the film....
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Gayle

I had been having annual mammograms since I was in my 30’s because of the number of women on both sides of my family who had been diagnosed with breast...
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Cathy

I met a friend at a local farm market on September 4th, 2013. She was out socially for the first-time post-mastectomy. The next morning, I was in the shower and...
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Barbara

I would very much like to stress the importance of women being proactive with their health, especially when it comes to their breasts. Mammograms are important, but they don’t catch...
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Tannis

I went for my regularly scheduled mammogram in April of 2014. The notice I received for my appointment for my mammogram stated that I was to be screened annually because...
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