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A diagnosis of breast cancer is frightening news that no one wants to hear. Yet, living with a serious illness can have a positive effect, as raising awareness may encourage family in fact, no cancer, full-stop. Emma: I was on my own in the hospital and the doctor came in and confirmed that I had breast cancer. Then, five days after the first diagnosis, I was told that the small tumour in my breast had broken away and lodged in my bones and that I actually had incurable secondary breast cancer and might others to be more mindful of their health and carry out the checks that could save their lives. Plus, thanks to ongoing medical research and advances in science, breast cancer survival rates are improving and have doubled over the past 40 years in the UK. Here, four people share their experiences of breast cancer and you can read not make it until Christmas. It was then I realised that I was in a very bad way Andy: I overheard my doctor discussing my case when I was having tests, so by the time he spoke to me about the results, I'd looked up the more in a new book available in store terms he'd used and knew that he'd in aid of our Tickled Pink campaign that supports charities Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Care. been talking about breast cancer. But as for getting the diagnosis, it's like the cliché you never expect it to be you. What events led up to your breast cancer diagnosis? Sonia: I was on holiday in New York with my boyfriend. I rolled over in bed one morning and my arm rubbed against a lump in my breast. My mum got breast cancer when I was eight and passed away when I was 14, so I immediately guessed that's what it was. Andy: I'd had pain in my nipple on and off for about six months, so decided to get it checked out Jacqui: I was in bed and lifted Good Living writer Harriette (above) talks to Andy, Jacqui, Emma and Sonia about their experiences Breast cancer had always been my biggest fear then it became reality' my arm, and it felt as if flesh was tearing. I had a feel and there was a lump Emma: I first found a lump in daughter Steph. He took her out to his greenhouse to help him pot some plants and explained that I had 'naughty cells' (we didn't want to use the word cancer with her). She was only eight then and she got really angry and tipped all of the plants out of their pots, then ran off crying. But later she came and gave me a big hug and from that day on, she became my absolute rock. Andy: My daughter Hannah, who was nine at the time, was surprisingly calm. My mother-in-law had been diagnosed with breast cancer about October 2013 but was toldI was too young to have breast cancer. Then, in April 2014, I found another lump, so I went back to the doctor, who did a biopsy. A couple of days later I was taken so ill that I was rushed to hospital for treatment. What do you remember about when you were first diagnosed? Sonia: Because of what happened How did you explain the news to your children? Emma: My three were 15, nine and seven at the time. I didn't tell the two younger ones what I had they just knew I was having medicine because I had a 'poorly boob'. Only Gracie, my eldest, knew I was pretty ill. Jacqui: It was my dad who told my to my mum, getting breast cancer was my biggest fear. And that fear became reality. It was surreal Jacqui: I was absolutely stunned when I got the news. There's no history of breast cancer in my 118 GOOD LIVING Source: breastcancercare.org.uk

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