In late 2022, Season For Squeezin founder Julie Devaney Hogan discovered a small, barbell-shaped growth in her breast while putting on her bathing suit. A few short weeks later, Julie, mother of three and wife of ten years to the love of her life, Dave, was diagnosed with HER2+ invasive ductal carcinoma Stage 3 breast cancer.
We speak to Julie in today's episode to learn how she is turning tragedy into triumph by defining her breast cancer journey on her own terms. Check out Julie's rapidly growing organization Season for Squeezin to learn more about the importance of early detection.
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