17 Aug '11, 10am

The youngest breast cancer patient ever. #BoobieWednesday

The youngest breast cancer patient ever. #BoobieWednesday

'I know that cancer can make some people go to heaven, but I am better now,' Aleisha said. -- PHOTO: KOREA HERALD THE youngest person ever to be diagnosed with breast cancer has made a full recovery at the age of three, reported the Daily Mail on Sunday. When Melanie Hunter found a little lump on her daughter Aleisha's chest, she thought it was a harmless cyst. 'It was a tiny little hard lump, the size of a pea,' Mrs Hunter told the Daily Mail. After hospital tests, Mrs Hunter was told it was nothing serious and Aleisha was sent home, but the lump carried on growing. After the lump had grown to 2cm and was causing Aleisha such pain she was unable to sleep, Mrs Hunter took her daughter back to the hospital. 'I couldn't believe it when they told me what it was,' Mrs Hunter said. 'I was unbelievably shocked - stunned. I didn't think a child that young could get breast cancer....

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