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In 2002, I noticed a lump on the innerside of my upper left leg. The doctor thought of scar tissue caused by a mosquito bite, according to him nothing worrisome. I didn’t trust it and insisted on visiting a specialist. After some discussion he reluctantly issued a referral letter for the plastic surgeon. He clearly thought I was an instigator. The specialist cut out the lump and stitched me back up. After a week, I received a phone call from … read more
A woman with Li-Fraumeni Syndrome has almost a 100% chance of getting cancer in her lifetime. Although most of this risk is due to Breast Cancer, LFS women can develop cancer almost anywhere. When cancer metastasizes, spreading from the original tumor to other locations, it is no longer curable. For many women, with LFS and without, the threat of cancer recurrence is terrifying and very real. For these women, pink represents that threat. We Need More Than Pink by Katrina … read more