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‘I found my breast cancer getting a fake tan’: A young Scarborough woman’s story of survival – WAtoday

Cancer was not among Rhianne Miller’s birthday wishes, but barely a week after turning 32 the sales rep’s life was flipped upside down by a small lump on the side…




She still jokes about getting PTSD every time she sees a tan bottle and a mitten.
“It changed my world in an instant,” Ms Miller, now 34, said.
“Everything that was a bother, everything that I thought was a worry in my life at that point just completely stopped.”
Breast cancer wasn’t even on Ms Miller’s radar.
The Cancer Council recommends women aged between 50 and 74 have screening mammograms every two years.
Women aged 40 with a family history of cancer can also sign up to get screened.
At 32,…

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