Emma McKeown was feeling her fittest and healthiest while juggling a busy work-life balance before receiving a shock breast cancer diagnosis in January 2020.
While breastfeeding, the mum-of-three from Sydney was always told to ‘walk her fingers across her breasts regularly’ to check for lumps or signs of blocked milk ducts.
On one occasion before going into the shower, Emma, now 36, noticed a lump on top of her left breast just above the nipple.
‘It was right before Christmas in 2019, we had family coming over from Singapore and Melbourne, and I waited to tell my husband because it was such a hectic time,’ she told Daily Mail Australia.
The tiny sinister lump was only 1cm wide and didn’t hurt when it was touched.
Sydney mum-of-three Emma McKeown (pictured with family) was…
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