CNN Reporter Sara Sidner’s Brave Battle with Breast Cancer

By Onlyformyladies
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Sara Sidner, a well-known CNN reporter, recently shared some personal news on live TV. She shared the news with everyone, as she had stage three breast cancer.

Sara Sidner is a correspondent who works for CNN, she is known for her extensive field reporting.
She has covered major global events, that includes, conflicts, natural disasters, and social issues, in various locations like the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

This was a big surprise to her and others because she had always had a healthy lifestyle. She never smoked, barely drank, and according to her, there has been no history of breast cancer in her family.

Just take a second to recall the names of eight women whom you love and know in your life. Statistically, one of them will get or have breast cancer. I am that one in eight in my friend group. I have never been sick a day in my life. I don’t smoke, I rarely drink. Breast cancer does not run in my family.

Sara furthermore shared some interesting information that stood out. She found out that black women are 41% more likely to die from breast cancer compared to white women. This fact is startling and shows why it’s so important for all women to get regular check-ups. She encourages all women, no matter their background, to get regular mammograms and do self-exams. Catching cancer early can make a big difference.

She talked about how her life has changed since her diagnosis, and she’s more grateful for each day and doesn’t worry about small problems anymore. Sara is choosing to focus on the good things in life like love, hope, and being with her family.

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