Every day, two women aged between 20 and 39 will be diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2018, Sofi Leota was one of these women, receiving a diagnosis at age 23. In this episode of Upfront About Breast Cancer, host Kellie Curtain talks to Sofi about fertility, losing your hair, connecting with other young women with breast cancer on social media and the challenges of being diagnosed with breast cancer at a young age. RESOURCES: BCNA's My Journey Online Tool BCNA Online Network Breast cancer in young women (BCNA.org.au) Fertility-related choices: a decision aid for younger women 23 and breastless: Sofi Leota's blog Upfront About Breast Cancer is a production of Breast Cancer Network Australia. Our theme music is by Tara Simmons, and this episode is proudly brought to you by the Dry July Foundation. Want to get in touch? Visit our website at bcna.org.au, email us at email@example.com, or call our Helpline on 1800 500 258.