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When Michelle was first diagnosed with mBC seven years ago, she didn’t know what her life would look like. She is now focused on sharing her story with the intent to bring more awareness and attention to the experience of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour living with mBC. 

Michelle Audoin
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“The experience of living with mBC is different for everyone. For me, the underrepresentation of Black women in the breast cancer community is something that I hope to improve by sharing my own story and encouraging others to feel confident to share theirs – so that they feel truly empowered to make the most of their every day.”

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