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Pam Cullop was diagnosed with breast cancer on Sept. 1st, 2017. It was in the really early stages. She caught it with a 3D mammagram. Her first mammagram was supposed to be earlier and 2D, but she missed it and ended up getting a 3D. We got lucky, but can't take hormones, she has to do radiation and chemo pills. We were very blessed.
Age at diagnosis: 36 After undergoing a double mastectomy in 2008, breast cancer survivor Christina Applegate has preventively had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. “Two weeks ago, I had my ovaries and [fallopian] tubes removed,” “My cousin passed away from ovarian cancer in 2008. I could prevent that.”
Diagnosed in January 2014 at the age of 35 with no family history. Surgeries, chemo, radiation, and endocrine therapy endured, but God is good! Cancer free for nearly 3 years.
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This is my mother, Rosalyn Booher. She is truly an angel on earth. If you know her, you understand what I mean.
Age at diagnosis: 44 Just weeks after calling off her engagement to Lance Armstrong, the singer was diagnosed with an early stage of breast cancer in February 2006, later undergoing a lumpectomy and radiation treatment. "I've had so many people [say to] me, 'Gosh, you know, everything's really gone wrong for you this year,' and it took me going through that to realize that everything really went right for me," she said on The Oprah Winfrey Show. "It brought me to this point where I am now, and I
Age at diagnosis: 58 The actress (and wife of Tom Hanks) has an underlying condition she monitors regularly. An abnormality raised some red flags with her doctor, though cancer wasn't detected. However, a friend urged Wilson to get a second opinion – at which time she found out she did in fact have breast cancer, and in April 2015 had a bilateral mastectomy. "I share this to educate others that a second opinion is critical to your health. "
Age at diagnosis: 43 When the singer took the stage at the 2005 Grammy Awards with a show-stopping rendition of Janis Joplin's "Piece of My Heart," she famously performed bald – a reminder of her October 2004 breast cancer diagnosis. "I'm feeling great," she proclaimed to PEOPLE. Years later, performing 10,000 feet up in the air for a 2009 Breast Cancer Research Foundation benefit, Etheridge said, "My health is better now than it's ever been. Cancer woke me up."
Age at diagnosis: 44 The 90210 and Charmed actress revealed to PEOPLE in August 2015 that she's battling breast cancer. "Yes, I have breast cancer, and I am currently undergoing treatment," the actress said in an exclusive statement to PEOPLE. "I am continuing to eat right, exercise and stay very positive about my life. I am thankful to my family, friends and doctors for their support and, of course, my fans who have stood by me."
Ages at diagnosis: 44 and 68 Following a 1992 cancer diagnosis in her right breast, the Grease star underwent a modified radical mastectomy and a year of chemotherapy, employing herbs, acupuncture and mental imaging. Newton-John said she is “totally confident” as she focuses on her health for the next few months. “I am feeling good and enjoying total support from my family and friends, along with a team of wellness and medical practitioners.”
Age at diagnosis: 56 One day after the 2017 Emmy Awards, the Veep star was diagnosed with breast cancer. “1 in 8 women get breast cancer. Today, I’m the one,” the actress wrote on a photo posted to Twitter about 10 days later. “The good news is that I have the most glorious group of supportive and caring friends, and fantastic insurance through my union. The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let’s fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality.”