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Paige More (@PaigeM_GMA)

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Paige More (@PaigeM_GMA)


After taking the BRCA test at age 22 More found out she had a BRCA1 mutation. She had two choices: Enter into high surveillance programs or have a preventative double mastectomy. She chose the latter. Now More’s raising awareness through social media showing how she’s taking control of her life both in tough and celebratory times. She even walked in this year’s New York Fashion Week only five weeks after her double mastectomy! To see more of her journey you can follow her via Instagram or Twitter.

Ericka Hart (@ihartericka)



Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 Hart underwent a double mastectomy. As a queer black woman who is a sex educator activist and writer she’s calling for breast cancer awareness and inclusivity. To raise this awareness Hart’s breakout moment was attending Afropunk in New York City — topless. Visit Hart’s personal website to learn more about her work or you can follow her on Facebook Instagram or Twitter.

Catherine Keeney (facebook


With a family history of breast cancer Keeney decided to take preventive measures and undergo a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy. Now she’s heading to social media to help remind women to perform self-exams at home. For some uplifting inspiration you can follow her on Facebook.

Shay Sharpe (@sspw)


Diagnosed twice with breast cancer at ages 26 and 36 Sharpe felt alone. She didn’t realize young women could also get breast cancer. Now she’s the founder and president of the non-profit Shay Sharpe’s Pink Wishes. This organization grants wishes to women ages 18 to 40 who are diagnosed with terminal breast cancer. To learn more about Shay or her organization you can check out her website or follow via Facebook Twitter Instagram or Pinterest.

Melanie Testa (melanietesta


Following a breast cancer diagnosis Testa chose to not have reconstruction after her mastectomy. She wanted to stay flat-chested and now advocates for illuminating the invisibility of this reconstructive choice. To help normalize the breast cancer experience she shares photos of herself and others who feel strong sexy and inspirational. To learn more about her advocacy visit her website or follow her on Facebook or Pinterest.

Lesley Murphy (@lesleyannemurphy)



A former contestant on “The Bachelor” and avid travel blogger Murphy underwent a preventative prophylactic double mastectomy in April of 2017. That was after testing positive for the BRCA2 gene mutation. Now in the post-op recovery phase this social media star is letting her followers know how the healing process is going. To read about Lesley’s adventures check out her travel blog or follow her on Facebook Twitter or Instagram to keep up with her recovery.

Karen Malkin Lazarovitz (@karenlazarovitz_brca)


After testing BRCA-positive Lazarovitz found out she had an 87 percent risk of developing breast cancer and a 40 percent risk of developing ovarian cancer. Though healthy she decided to undergo a full hysterectomy and mastectomy as prevention. And in keeping with the title of her blog Beauty on My Terms she turned her scar into a work of art. Karen chose to cover her left incision scar with a floral tattoo. To learn about her inspiring story follow Karen on Facebook Instagram or Twitter.
 


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