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Four black women, all diagnosed with breast cancer by age 30, talk openly about their unique battles. In a time when black women are 42 percent more likely than white women to die of breast cancer, these women discuss everything from the shock of diagnosis, to loss of femininity during chemo, to embracing the beauty of a bald head.Oct.30.2015
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