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Tiffany documents her journey of coping with her mom having breast cancer, from the day before she was diagnosed to the last day of her chemo.
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Once we started seeing stories that cancer treatments were being postponed due to COVID, I completely lost my mind. I was petrified I would get a call one day telling me that my double mastectomy could not proceed as planned. And sure enough, one day, my phone rang, and it confirmed my fears.
Someone you love has cancer, how can you help? what should you do? What shouldn’t you do? Diagnosed with breast cancer at 24, Montana describes a list of things that got her through the tough times.
Starting out on your cancer journey can be extremely difficult, especially if you don't know what to expect. Aleksandra shares 5 things she wishes she knew before undergoing chemotherapy.

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