As such a young breast cancer survivor, I have been given an incredible platform to tell
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Sure, the walk is hard. Losing someone else to cancer? Harder.
Cancer sucks -- there's no other way to put it -- but some really really good things can come out of it.
I love a physical challenge, a kick-ass hike, a good cause and a few days with a best friend. And the Three Day Breast Cancer Walk? I hated every minute of it.
My mom and I participated in the annual Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk for Women -- four days later, my mother was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer.
We all share that gift, the power to enhance the lives of those with breast cancer. What it takes is for us to offer our love, blessings and courage to those who need us.
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