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I Was Pregnant With Breast Cancer: One Survivor Shares Her Story

Post by Stephanie Booth. When Jennifer Johnson was five months pregnant with her first child, she found a lump in her breast. The results of a biopsy confirmed the worst: The then-27-year-old had invasive ductal carcinoma, an aggressive cancer that required treatment ASAP. "I could not understand how a baby could be thriving in my body, while this cancer was trying to kill me," Jennifer tells us.
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