1. Dorothy Krajewski
    @ 10:03 am

    What a moving story, Kellie. So sorry that your mum and you had to go through this. I’d be having the test, too, if I was in a similar situation and can totally understand the preventative nature of Angelina’s drastic surgery. Not so drastic if you want to see you kids grow up.


  2. Natalie
    @ 10:07 am

    Thank you for sharing your story – I know it can’t have been easy to relive all of that. I cannot imagine how heartbreaking it must be to watch your Mum suffer like that. You are an amazing daughter.


  3. Salz Darwiche
    @ 10:09 am

    I would be having the tests to make sure i take every step there is to make sure I won’t/can’t get it. I think it was great for her to do that and better for her too.


  4. Louisa Claire
    @ 10:34 am

    Just wanted to send you love and along with the others who have commented, thank you for sharing your story – it can’t have been easy.


  5. ♥.Trish.♥ Drumboys
    @ 12:08 pm

    Thanks for sharing your story.I’m sorry to hear about your Mum.
    I agree life with my children is much more important than two wobbly things on my chest. I don’t mind having had a double mastectomy with no reconstruction planned. It makes running a lot easier.
    I wish you all the best.


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