Lisa’s Discovery

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Lisa is a 50 year-old woman in a committed relationship with three step kids. She is a high level executive in the entertainment industry. Cancer runs on both sides of her family so when she was diagnosed, it felt as though her time had come. She talks candidly about confronting her fears prior to undergoing a double mastectomy. Lisa’s post-surgical recovery was difficult. The experience was nothing she would wish upon anyone but made her a stronger and more enlightened person.

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ContributorLisa, 50Read Full Bio

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Lisa is a 50 year-old woman in a committed relationship with three step kids. She is a high level executive in the entertainment industry. Cancer runs on both sides of her family so when she was diagnosed, it felt as though her time had come. She talks candidly about confronting her fears prior to undergoing a double mastectomy. Lisa’s post-surgical recovery was difficult. The experience was nothing she would wish upon anyone but made her a stronger and more enlightened person.

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Lisa is a 50 year-old woman in a committed relationship with three step kids. She is a high level executive in the entertainment industry. Cancer runs on both sides of her family so when she was diagnosed, it felt as though her time had come. She talks candidly about confronting her fears prior to undergoing a double mastectomy. Lisa’s post-surgical recovery was difficult. The experience was nothing she would wish upon anyone but made her a stronger and more enlightened person.

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