"You have breast cancer."
This year, nearly 250,000 women in the U.S. will hear those words.
Last year, Zunilda Guzman was one of them.
"I was devastated," says Guzman, 39. "I wanted the world to end."
But Guzman, mother to a 9-year-old daughter, knew she couldn't let that
happen. And neither did any of the other nine breast cancer survivors
interviewed by WebMD as part of a special project for Breast Cancer Awareness
Their stories relay important messages about prevention, screening,...