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IMPORTANT: Zubia will donate $10 to the Cancer Couch Foundation each time a new person creates a brief live video on the free Zubia iPhone app and shares their metastatic breast cancer story to help others. It's easy - just download the free iPhone app, create/schedule a video broadcast, and go live. Your video will appear on the home page of www.ZubiaLive.com which you can share with your followers. Hurry - your video broadcasts must be completed by Oct. 31, 2017!!

WATCH SUSAN RAHN'S

4-PART BREAST CANCER SERIES VIDEOS

PART 1 of 4 - Oct. 13, 2017: Topic: "Live from Capitol Hill - Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day"

PART 2 of 4 - Oct. 19, 2017:  Topic: "Diagnosis Breast Cancer - Now What?"

PART 3 of 4 - Oct. 24, 2017: Topic: The Metastatic Breast Cancer Project

Cost: FREE
Duration: 15-20 minutes

Questions? Send to: contact@zubialive.com

About Susan Rahn

Susan is a respected advocate in the breast cancer community. Diagnosed in 2013 metastatic de novo (from the start) at 43, she gives voice to the plight of young, dying mothers. 

Whether protesting on the hill in D.C. or raising eyebrows with the truth on Twitter, CHANGE is what she wants to see. 

You can find her at her award-winning blog, StickIt2Stage4, as she chronicles her illness or at The Underbelly, an digital breast cancer magazine, she co-founded with her friends, Melissa McAllister & Melanie Childers.

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SUSAN (Continued). . .

I started blogging as a way to get my thoughts out of my head and to make sense of this crazy terminal illness crap.

I’ve been ‘aware’ of breast cancer since the age of 15. That’s when I had my first needle biopsy after finding a lump. Biopsy was negative but that’s when I learned I had dense breast tissue.

Having dense breasts suck for many reasons, some of which are very painful breasts at THAT time of the month and being unable to breast feed beyond 3 weeks because of a double breast infection. I believe I had my first ‘baseline’ mammogram in my late 20’s (felt another lump). Unfortunately, dense tissue makes having a mammogram frustrating because the tissue shows up as white on a mammogram. As does Cancer. 





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