Breast cancer: 'I have one breast, would you like to see it?'

Breast cancer is the most frequent cancer among women, impacting 2.1 million each year.

One form of treatment is to have a mastectomy, where breast tissue is removed to prevent the disease spreading.

BBC Life Clinic asked three women from Zimbabwe, Kenya and Malawi who’ve all had a mastectomy to tell us why going through the operation never made them feel less of a woman.


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