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by HIS Breast Cancer Awareness


It was going to be a great weekend, with a group of 12 High School / College Friends meeting up for their Annual “PHILLY BOYZ WEEKEND”. This year we were in Chicago for some golf, dinners and culminating in an EAGLES vs. Bears Football game. Suddenly, a big “Bear Hug” from an old friend to me, caused a shooting pain that traveled from my left breast up into my left shoulder. This was not your normal muscle pain or irritation type pain. It was loud, demonstrative and screamed to my brain, “YOU HAVE A PROBLEM”! In 1995 my sister Vicki and our mom were diagnosed with Breast Cancer, one month apart. Vicki had two recurrences following and in 2006 decided to have genetic testing. BRCA2 Mutation

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