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Picture this: It's the day before your 28th birthday, and two months before your wedding, and the diagnosis comes back. It's cancer –– Infiltrative Ductal Carcinoma, to be exact. That's exactly what happened to AnaOno Intimates founder, designer, advocate, and now-survivor Dana Donofree, pictured here.

After a bilaterial mastectomy, reconstructive surgery, and a grueling round of chemotherapy, Dana then went on to establish lingerie and loungewear brand AnaOno. What is AnaOno, you ask? Truly one of a kind, the inclusive and empowering brand offers designs exclusively created for women who have had surgery related to a breast cancer diagnosis.

Not only that, but AnaOno recently released the "I AM" Campaign, which showcases five very different but nonetheless courageous women in various states of breast cancer survival. The photo campaign includes both survivors and "previvors" –– or, in other words, a survivor of a predisposition to breast cancer, many of whom choose to undergo preventive surgeries. (Think Angelina Jolie electing to have a double mastectomy.) 

From previvor to survivor, these courageous women's stories won't fail to inspire you. Keep reading to learn more.