Breast Cancer Before 40: News Reporter, Cara Sapida Is One of 11,000 Young Women Diagnosed Every Year

Published Jul 1, 2020

Breast Cancer Before 40: News Reporter, Cara Sapida Is One of 11,000 Young Women Diagnosed Every Year

"My son prayed for his elves to “heal mommies boo-boo on her booby before the morning,'” said Sapida who hopes that by sharing her story, "maybe I’ll reach a woman who needs to hear it."

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