Kim Weinstein
Kim Weinstein

.starting my 4th year cancer free hoping to make it to 5yr mark KIM

Valerie Latham
Valerie Latham

Our lovely daughter-in-law, Susan, lost her fight against breast cancer at the very young age of 32. Her son, Joe, was only 5 years old. Joe is now 18 years old and is at Liverpool University. I know that Susan would have been very proud of him. We are also very proud of our son who has had to cope with losing his beautiful wife.

Rachel Jenkins
Rachel Jenkins

I was diagnosed just over 10 years ago. Thanks to the skill and dedicated care I received, I now live a full and happy life.

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Bob Scott
Bob Scott

My niece got married last year and a few months later discovered she had breast cancer. Had both breasts removed, is undergoing treatment and fighting this dreaded disease. Our thoughts, love and prayers are with her always

Bev Clark
Bev Clark

We lost our Mum just before Christmas . Barbara Ckark a brave cancer fighter till the end . Emma and I Miss you so Much.
Bev xxxx

Sally Anne Jo
Sally Anne Jo

It was 2010 november, found a mass in my left breast , but it was to late to save it. had chemo first to shrink the mass then mesectomy and 25 rads. i had a pain for 3years in my left arm, but doctors just kept saying it was my type of work. but sometimes you can get pain. how did i get through it , being strong , positive and not giving up hope. i have lost confidents just having one breast , but hey im alive and plenty to live for. check up every 6months at the moment. im on tomoxifen so...

It was 2010 november, found a mass in my left breast , but it was to late to save it. had chemo first to shrink the mass then mesectomy and 25 rads. i had a pain for 3years in my left arm, but doctors just kept saying it was my type of work. but sometimes you can get pain. how did i get through it , being strong , positive and not giving up hope. i have lost confidents just having one breast , but hey im alive and plenty to live for. check up every 6months at the moment. im on tomoxifen so straight into menapause with hot sweats etc. got a good man who stuck with me and my little angel mya-rose my first grand daughter god bless her, neally 3years old now. i see life so diffrently now it as changed me so much. anyone who are going through this now. stay strong and positive ask questions. love and respect to all the pinkies out there, also who is having treatment etc. god bless you all now and forever. x

Sharon Vance-Fricker
Sharon Vance-Fricker

Life is full of surprises breast cancer being one of them this doesn't mean the end ,just a blip,a bloody nuisance but treatment is easy it's done in a year ,don't be afraid of it ,check ,check ,check those boobies xxxxxx
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Linda Horton
Linda Horton

I'm one of the lucky ones, diagnosed early by a proactive GP, treated expertly and with compassion by the teams at Bedford and Cambridge - here I am 9 years on in excellent health - but I never take anything for granted.

Deirdre Mc Geoghegan
Deirdre Mc Geoghegan

I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 35. Over 4 years ago. I was devastated. I had 3 young kids and I didn't know if I would have a future with them. But thankfully I was got early and got the best care and treatment going. It was a life changing experience. I haven't looked back. I live life to the full. Don't get me wrong I still have wee moments. Where I get scared. But they are very far and few between. I have great support from my family and friends. I am truly...

I was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 35. Over 4 years ago. I was devastated. I had 3 young kids and I didn't know if I would have a future with them. But thankfully I was got early and got the best care and treatment going. It was a life changing experience. I haven't looked back. I live life to the full. Don't get me wrong I still have wee moments. Where I get scared. But they are very far and few between. I have great support from my family and friends. I am truly grateful to them especially when I was going through my treatment. That was a long tough road. Today I feel alive and I'm extremely happy. I am so thankful to be alive and I have a great future ahead of me with my kids. There is life after cancer. LIVE, LAUGH, LOVE xxx

Jenny Parker
Jenny Parker

I had breast cancer in 2011 and had a mastectomy. My right breast is now throbbing with pain and I do worry the cancer has come back. But im about to get it checked out . So girls please check your breast all the time

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