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According to the Breast Cancer Organization, nearly 281,500 women in the U.S. are expected to be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2021. In the same time period, an additional estimated 49,290 are expected to be diagnosed with non-invasive breast cancer.

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These celebrities may all come from different corners of Hollywood, but a breast cancer diagnosis -- and a public battle against the disease -- bring them together. These 15 celebrities famously grappled with their diagnosis in front of colleagues and fans alike.

Former Beverly Hills 90210 star Shannen Doherty famously gave the world an intimate look into her cancer treatment regimen. Doherty, who is currently battling stage 4 breast cancer, uses her Instagram platform with nearly 2 million followers to raise awareness -- both for breast cancer itself, and the physical and emotional toll treatment can take.

Doherty was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, when she underwent a mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation. She went into remission in 2017, but the cancer returned in 2020, and she still grapples with it today. However, despite her cancer returning, Doherty regularly shares snippets of her at work, living life to the fullest even while undergoing treatment.

Well known for roles in TV shows likeThe OfficeandAmerican Horror Story and her iconic performance in the movieMisery, Bates was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2003 and breast cancer in 2012. Those who have had ovarian cancer are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer later on.Bates underwent a double mastectomy after her breast cancer diagnosis. After her procedure, she developed lymphedema, a blockage in her lymphatic system that causes lymph fluid buildup and swelling.

Co-anchor for the NBC Today Show Hoda Kotb was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2007 at the age of 43, after her doctor discovered lumps during a routine breast exam. She underwent a mastectomy to address her cancer, and she has been in remission ever since.

Amid her split with Lance Armstrong in 2006, singer Sheryl Crow was diagnosed with DCIS and stage 1 breast cancer. At the age of 44, Crow underwent a lumpectomy in both breasts and radiation therapy. She has been in remission since.Nowadays, Crow advocates for women prioritizing their health above all else so they can catch anything unusual or potentially dangerous in its early stages. She also stresses the importance of self-care routines like meditation to help with the mental burden of cancer, as well as finding a network of supportive friends, family, and other folks who are undergoing cancer treatment. She has also recently partnered with Genius 3D Mammography to raise awareness for their more comfortable mammography procedures.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus credits her family and closest friends for helping her get through her toughest battle to date: Stage II breast cancer. Just one day after winning an Emmy for her role as Selina Meyer inVeep, the actor and comedian got the call that she had cancer. She underwent a double mastectomy in addition to six rounds of chemo. After around a year of treatment, she took to social media to announce that she is cancer-free, returning to set to complete Veep shortly after.

ABC News anchor Amy Robach received a mammogram live on air during an episode ofGood Morning America.That demonstration proved vital for Robach, 40 at the time, who learned that the results of her mammogram required a follow up appointment. A few hours later, she learned she had breast cancer. Robach underwent eight rounds of chemotherapy, and is now in remission.

While nearly 80% of breast cancer cases are diagnosed in women over 45, actress Christina Applegate was diagnosed at the age of 36. Because there was a history of breast cancer in her family, Applegate opted for a double mastectomy and oophorectomy, which is a removal of her ovaries and fallopian tubes. She has since been declared cancer-free and has returned to work acting in shows like the Netflix seriesDead To Me, where she plays a woman who has a BRCA1 gene mutation and opts for a preventative double mastectomy.

Unite for HER is local nonprofit located in West Chester, founded in 2009, whose mission is to enrich the health and wellbeing of those diagnosed with breast and ovarian cancer by funding and delivering integrative therapies.

Stolp helped to organized Kennett Goes Pink, which raised more than $6,000 last year to battle breast cancer, specifically to a Kennett community member who has an immediate member diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancer. When her aunt got diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer a few years ago, she made up her mind to do something. She and her mother started organizing Kennett Goes Pink games to spread awareness and to get everyone to donate. Now, she said, she is leaving high school and wants to keep it going.

I took a crash course in these issues when I was diagnosed with breast cancer, at age 40, in 2008. Part of what I learned during that time came from close connections, especially those I found in a national group called the Young Survival Coalition, which provides support and information for younger women facing this diagnosis. At the same time, I also found a community somewhere less expected: with celebrities.

Breast cancer can affect any woman, from your local hairdresser to a popular celebrity. There are many household names that have gone through or are currently experiencing breast cancer. Many celebrities choose to keep their health private, but there are others that are very outspoken about their experience and choose to use their condition to raise awareness and show us that we can be impacted by the same things.

In 2011, Sykes opted to have breast reduction surgery. It was this surgery that spotted her cancer, DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ). With a long history of breast cancer in her family, she opted to have a bilateral mastectomy, removing both breasts in order to prevent any future risk of breast cancer.

The Dead to Me actress found her breast cancer at a younger age, 36 years old. She originally opted for a lumpectomy, but after learning she had the BRCA1 genetic mutation, a gene that has an increased risk of breast cancer and ovarian cancer, she had a double mastectomy and had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed.

The host of the TODAY show, Kotb has been very candid about her experience with breast cancer. After going through a mastectomy in 2007, she discussed her trouble with the recovery process and learning to love her body again.

The Downton Abbey and Harry Potter actress found a lump in her breast and started chemotherapy while filming Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. She was 73 years old at the time. After 2 years of treatment, she was found to be cancer-free! Now at 87, she is thriving and continuing her acting career.

Originally diagnosed in 1992 at age 44, the singer and actress was a strong advocate for breast cancer awareness. After her original diagnosis, she had a partial mastectomy, chemotherapy, and breast reconstruction. She went into remission, but the cancer later returned in 2013 in her shoulder. It returned again in 2017 at the base of her spine, and she passed away in August of this year.

If you or a loved one is battling breast cancer, know that Pretty In Pink Boutique provides support through it all. If you are looking for a compassionate ear that will listen or if you have questions, please reach out. Pretty In Pink Boutique is committed to your well-being the whole way through and may be able to assist or provide resources to help you or a loved one.

intro: Here are all the details about how 10 famous women fought breast cancer while being in the public eye. Read about how they were diagnosed, which treatment they chose, and what they're doing now.

quicklist: 1 category: Celebs Who Battled Breast Cancertitle: Cynthia Nixon (diagnosed 2006 at 40)url:text: At first, Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon was hesitant to reveal that a cancerous tumor had been discovered in her right breast during a routine mammogram. Nixon, best known for playing the responsible Miranda Hobbes, didn't want her condition to become public during her treatment.

\"I didn't want paparazzi at the hospital, that kind of thing,\" Nixon told the New York Daily News after treating her cancer with a lumpectomy and radiation. But Nixon, whose mother also survived breast cancer, decided to tell her story when she realized it might serve as an inspiration for other women at risk.

quicklist: 6category: Celebs Who Battled Breast Cancertitle: Robin Roberts (diagnosed 2007 at 46)url:text: Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts had made a name for herself interviewing A-list athletes, actors, and other newsworthy personalities, but on July 31, 2007, she turned the camera on herself to announce she'd been diagnosed with breast cancer.

quicklist: 7category: Celebs Who Battled Breast Cancertitle: Jaclyn Smith (diagnosed 2002 at 56)url:text: Seventies icon and ex-model Jaclyn Smith may be best remembered as Kelly Garrett, one of three sexy private investigators in the television series Charlie's Angels, but lately she's in hot pursuit of breast cancer instead of hardened criminals.

In 2002, the fashion and home furnishings entrepreneur and host of the Bravo show Shear Genius discovered a lump in one of her breasts during a routine checkup. She had a lumpectomy and radiation, and later became active with groups such as Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Smith also speaks publicly about the recognizing breast cancer as part of the Strength in Knowing program.

quicklist: 7category: Celebs Who Battled Breast Cancertitle: Christina Applegate (diagnosed 2008 at 36)url:text: For most women, the idea of parting with one breast, let alone two, is unimaginable. But that's what actress Christina Applegate opted to do after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in the summer of 2008, even though cancer was found in only one breast. 041b061a72


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