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A Message From Amy Robach on Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Share your cancer story, says news anchor and survivor Amy Robach.

One of the most powerful things that patients with breast cancer can do is share their story, explained news anchor and breast cancer survivor Amy Robach.

Robach shared her own story when she had a mammogram on live television with millions of people watching. She ended up being diagnosed with breast cancer after that, and continues to be vocal about her experiences.

If you are interested in sharing your story with the CURE audience, visit https://www.curetoday.com/share-your-story

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