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Woman whose mammogram didn't detect her rare breast cancer goes viral with warning to other women.

Woman whose mammogram didn't detect her rare breast cancer goes viral with warning to other women.

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As women, we need to have each others' backs. And boobs. That's why mother-of-two Jennifer Cordts is sharing her heartbreaking story as a warning to other women, after her own rare form of breast cancer went undiagnosed for 11 months, First Coast News reports.

Women are often taught to look for lumps as a warning sign for breast cancer. But for 46-year-old Cordts, her symptom was a splotchy red discoloring on one breast, like a sunburn:

In an interview with First Coast News, Cordts says she went and got a mammogram but it came back normal. There was no lump or tumor and doctors dismissed the problem, claiming her "bra was too small."

Sources: First Coast News,National Cancer Institute
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