Lesley Murphy: Bachelor Alum Shares Topless Photo Days After Mastectomy

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We know Lesley Murphy best as a contestant on season 17 of The Bachelor -- she fought for Sean Lowe's heart, and she came in fifth place.

Or at least, that was how we knew her.

These days, she's doing work that's a little more important than reality show love.

Last month, Lesley revealed that she carried a gene that put her at high risk for breast cancer and ovarian cancer and, as a preventative measure, she'd be getting a double mastectomy.

She explained that her mother battled...

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@refinery29 reports:

"Bachelor" Alum Lesley Murphy Instagrams Powerful Double Mastectomy Photo

An alumna of The Bachelor is documenting her recovery from a preventative double-mastectomy on Instagram in a series of powerful posts. Lesley Murphy, who tried for Sean Lowe's affections on season 17 of The Bachelor in 2013, announced in March that she was opting to go forward with the surgery after she tested positive for the BRCA2 gene mutation, which indicates that the 29-year-old has a higher-than-average risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer. (It is related to the BRCA1 gene...

Wetpaint reports:

Lesley Murphy Mastectomy: Bachelor Star Shares Post-Surgery Photo

Credit: Instagram     Lesley Murphy Lesley Murphy Shares Shockingly Real Post-Mastectomy Photo April 17, 2017 by 0 Shares Advertisement Lesley Murphy continues to inspire us with how she’s handling her double mastectomy at the age of 29. The Bachelor Season 17 alum has documented every step of her difficult journey, and now, she’s shared her most real photo yet. It all started last month, when Sean Lowe’s former contestant revealed she’d tested positive for BRCA2, a gene that puts her at high...

PEOPLE.com reports:

The Bachelor’s Lesley Murphy Shares Post-Double Mastectomy Photo and Health Update

The Bachelor alum Lesley Murphy is opening up after undergoing a preventive double mastectomy on April 11. Murphy decided to have the surgery after testing positive for the BRCA 2 gene mutation, which greatly increases the chance of developing breast cancer.

The Arkansas-based travel blogger, who appeared on Sean Lowe’s season, posted a photo on Monday of herself in her “Sunday best” as she deals with the difficult healing process. She said that her mother has been a big help in assisting her...