GMA – October 2016

Professional Dancer Recounts Breast Cancer Diagnosis at Age 26 Olivia Hutcherson’s life as a professional dancer in New York City took an unprecedented turn on the night of her 26th birthday in 2015. Hutcherson, now 27, saw blood on the inside of her blouse at the end of the night. “The following day, I went into the doctor’s office and they told me that it was nothing to worry about but I felt like something was wrong,” Hutcherson told ABC…

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FOX 5 News – August 2016

Support for Younger Women with Breast Cancer Special education teacher Tara Aitken was 32 years old in the prime of her life and focused on raising her two young boys when the unthinkable happened. “I ended up having two masses in my right breast, both cancerous, and it was going to need surgery and quite frankly immediately,” she said. While young women make up a small percentage of all breast cancer cases, the number is still significant. The American Cancer…

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CNBC – December 28, 2015

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The Wall Street Journal – July 2015

The Double Mastectomy Rebellion. After she was diagnosed with cancer in her left breast last fall, Chiara D’Agostino turned to two holistic healers, a psychotherapist, a massage therapist, a hospital social worker, a meditation class and two support groups to help her navigate a frightening new world. One piece of advice she doesn’t plan to follow: her doctor’s. The surgeon recommended a single mastectomy along with chemotherapy and radiation. But many women in the support groups argued that she should…

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Cosmopolitan – October 2013

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