Taking on breast cancer in their 20s and 30s and celebrating every victory

(From left) Ms Jayasree Pillai, Ms Tracy Hoo and Ms Charlene Koh.
(From left) Ms Jayasree Pillai, Ms Tracy Hoo and Ms Charlene Koh.PHOTOS: ANNABEL LAW PRODUCTIONS, TRACY HOO, JEMANCI PORTRAIT

SINGAPORE - A few months before her wedding in November 2015, Ms Tracy Hoo felt a hard lump in her breast. Caught up in the flurry of wedding planning and renovation for a new home, she did not do anything about it.

That was until about a year later when her aunt, then 54, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. Ms Hoo then got the lump checked and was diagnosed with stage two to three breast cancer at 29. Her first reaction was disbelief.

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