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5 Fast Facts About Bilateral Breast Cancer [caption id="attachment_5448" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Breast cancer image[/caption] Hello, breast cancer preventers! Ladies, let’s face it, there are few things that strike more fear in the hearts of women than to get a breast cancer diagnosis. It is news that no woman wants to receive. So when I started working with a client shortly after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, you can imagine how raw her emotions were during our coaching sessions. During her treatment journey, we were able to help support her chemotherapy side effects using cancer-fighting supplements which we discussed in a previous blog post. As she continued her chemotherapy she got the unfortunate news that she had another tumor in her other breast.  This is considered bilateral breast cancer, which is: Breast cancer occurs in both breasts Typically the woman receives a breast cancer