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A safe space for women to share their breast cancer story with the world to educate, motivate, and inspire others to live life despite breast cancer.  



PT98 stories is inspired by Angela, my mother who died from breast cancer in 1998.  We proudly support the community inviting women to share their journeys with the world.  To be featured you can visit our contacts page and request more information.  



What is breast cancer? Breast cancer is a group of diseases in which cells in breast tissue change and divide uncontrolled, typically resulting in a lump or mass. Most breast cancers begin in the lobules (milk glands) or in the ducts that connect the lobules to the nipple.

What are the signs and symptoms of breast cancer? Breast cancer typically has no symptoms when the tumor is small and most easily treated, which is why screening is important for early detection. The most common physical sign is a painless lump. Sometimes breast cancer spreads to underarm lymph nodes and causes a lump or swelling, even before the original breast tumor is large enough to be felt. Less common signs and symptoms include breast pain or heaviness; persistent changes, such as swelling, thickening, or redness of the skin; and nipple changes, such as spontaneous discharge (especially if bloody), scaliness, or retraction. Any persistent change in the breast should be evaluated by a physician.

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