Amy Robach of "Good Morning America" is recovering from a double mastectomy she had after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Andrea Farrell is two years younger than Robach. She was a new mom when she learned she had breast cancer. Later on, she discovered she carried the breast and ovarian cancer gene, also known as BRCA-1, just like Angelina Jolie.
And just like Jolie, Robach had a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery. The former Indianapolis Colts cheerleader has now become an outspoken cancer advocate -- and an entrepreneur.
Farrell has started Blushlife Apparel, creating bras for women who’ve had double mastectomies.
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