“Why I Did What Angelina Jolie Did” — AARP
Maggie didn’t have breast cancer but was told that she had an 80 percent chance of getting the disease. And so she endured a 12-hour surgery, a preemptive double mastectomy. Only once has she felt bad about her decision.
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