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As a college senior, journalist Ali Rogin underwent a preventative double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA1 genetic mutation. More than a decade later, she’s written a new book, “Beat Breast Cancer Like a Boss,” and joins TODAY to talk about how she’s bringing a sisterhood together to confront the disease.