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In July 2010,writer Rebecca Webber was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was 35. In the 12 months that followed, she kept a journal of her experience. These photos provide an intimate recounting of the challenges she faced—and the small triumphs along the way. Here, Rebecca lies on her bed on October 20, 2010, about a month after surgery to remove the tumor in her right breast.

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