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This list of notable breast cancer patients includes people who made significant contributions to their respective fields and who were diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives, as confirmed by public information. According to the United States National Cancer Institutean estimatednew cases and 40, deaths women only; no estimates for male victims due to size of sampling pool would occur in the United States in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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MADRID, April 5 Reuters - Arms covered in red and green ink, tattoo artist Alvaro Quesada is hardly what cancer survivors expect at a Madrid infirmary, the first public hospital in Spain to offer nipple and areola tattooing. Yet his service of tattooing realistic-looking nipples onto women who have had their breasts reconstructed after mastectomies signals the final step of recovery from cancer, and women react with emotion to the process. This is therapy," says year-old Quesada, who takes time out from his tattoo parlor to attend patients at the hospital.

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Amanda Pilbeam of Litcham, in training for the London Marathon to raise funds for the Flat Friends group, after breast cancer and a double mastectomy. When Amanda Pilbeam, 52, of Litcham, was first diagnosed with the disease in August she was told she would have to give up her love of physical activities. Following a left mastectomy and removal of her lymph nodes, she underwent six months of chemotherapy and 15 rounds of radiotherapy.

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Even without makeup and hairdryers, the women of Survivor still manage to make living on a deserted island look good. With all of the backlash against airbrushing, implants and other forms of manufactured beauty, Survivor manages to put the real into reality tv. Just how hot are the women of survivor? Many have gone on from the show to careers in modeling, including spreads and covers of Maxim and Playboy.

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By Clemence Michallon For Dailymail. A breast cancer survivor shared a powerful photo of her mastectomy scars, while opening up about how having gone through the illness still affects her today. She was then diagnosed with stage II breast cancer, and underwent a double mastectomy two years ago.

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Amanda Pilbeam of Litcham, in training for the London Marathon to raise funds for the Flat Friends group, after breast cancer and a double mastectomy. Amanda Pilbeam, 52, of Litcham, near Dereham, was diagnosed with the disease in August and had to have a left mastectomy and her lymph nodes removed. Then, following six months of chemotherapy and 15 rounds of radiotherapy, she underwent a second operation to have her right breast removed.

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A woman has shared a photo of her body after having a double mastectomy in a bid to urge women to check their breasts. InAmanda Niello, 31, from Alamo, California, had to undergo a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with stage two breast cancer. But, while Niello survived, had reconstruction on both breasts, and went on to grow a full head of hair, her experience of cancer has lingered.

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A patient diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer which then spread to her brain has thanked her neurosurgeon at the Royal Stoke University Hospital for their exemplary care. Oxford graduate Amanda McDonald was first diagnosed with breast cancer in and was told in that her condition was terminal after the cancer metastasised to her brain. Three years later and following two brain surgeries and a course of radiotherapy, Amanda is now cancer-free and leading a full and active life.

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There are many books on breast cancer. You have to wait till the end to understand the connections. Amanda has a strong and supportive relationship not just with family and friends, but also with her god and religious community — this helps sustain her throughout her treatment. The book charts her diagnosis two days later and her treatment, which includes chemotherapy, multiple surgeries, a double mastectomy, radiotherapy and reconstruction.

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