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GoodHousekeeping is looking to interview a person who had a breast concern/changes, but was dismissed initially by their doctor as a pregnancy, perimenopause, or other non-cancer reason, but pushed for testing and was then diagnosed and treated for breast cancer.

If this sounds like a situation similar to yours, and you'd be willing to be interviewed by GoodHousekeeping, please send us a PM as soon as possible and we'll get you in touch.


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