This Mom’s Terminal Breast Cancer Was Originally Diagnosed As A Rash From Wearing Small Bras

This Mom’s Terminal Breast Cancer Was Originally Diagnosed As A Rash From Wearing Small Bras

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In 2012, breast cancer was the cause of 522,000 deaths.

Thankfully, breast cancer can be treated effectively, but this depends on an early diagnosis.

But early diagnosis relies on spotting the signs early.

A woman from Texas spotted something strange with her breast.

She was worried it was breast cancer and decided to go to the doctors to check it out.

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However, her fears of breast cancer were dismissed by doctors. They told her that the rash was the result of wearing a small bra.

Jennifer Cordts, a 46-year-old mother-of-two took antibiotics for 11 months while the cancer spread.

It wasn’t until Jennifer found a specialist to conduct an MRI scan on her, that she learned she had incurable stage four inflammatory breast cancer.

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