Understanding a family history of breast cancer (Sandra’s story)

In this video, Sandra talks about how breast cancer has affected her family

Watch as Sandra talks about being diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 34. She shares her story of diagnosis and treatment. She also talks about the impact of breast cancer on the women in her family.

Sandra works for the federal government as a research assistant in strategic planning. She is married and is a mother and grandmother.

There isn’t a generation of our family that cancer hasn’t touched. So, it’s like my cousin cancer. That family member that you don’t want to invite to family functions but they come anyway. And they stay late. That’s what it’s like in my family.

Watch the video of Sandra talking about breast cancer in her family, and her diagnosis and treatment

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Sandra - English video transcript

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