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Angelina Jolie greet fans with her partner Brad Pitt in tow at the UK premiere of 'World War Z'. The premiere marked her first public appearance since revealing she had a double mastectomy

A picture of health: Angelina Jolie and fiancée Brad Pitt make first public appearance since double mastectomy news at World War Z London premiere

Angelina Jolie made her first public appearance last night after revealing in May that she had undergone a preventative double mastectomy.

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at a red carpet appearance together in February.

World War Z: Angelina Jolie to make first red carpet appearance since going public about double-mastectomy

Angelina Jolie could this weekend put in her first red carpet appearance since she revealed she has had a double mastectomy, accompanying Brad Pitt.

The News Matrix: Tuesday 28 May 2013

Death sentence for baby-killer

Angelina Jolie's aunt Debbie Martin dies of breast cancer

Actress, who has had double mastectomy, has also lost her mother to the disease

Angelina Jolie went back to work just four days after her double mastectomy

Angelina Jolie gene flaw: British businessman makes medical history after having healthy prostate removed

Earlier this week, Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie revealed that she’d had a double mastectomy after discovering she carried the BRCA 1 gene

Angelina Jolie double mastectomy: Surgeon reveals actress went back to work four days after operation to escape breast cancer

Angelina Jolie’s surgeon has revealed that just four days after she underwent a preventative double mastectomy the Hollywood actress went back to work.

Angelina Jolie and fiance Brad Pitt. Pitt described Jolie's decision to undergo a double mastectomy as 'absolutely heroic'

Brad Pitt: Angelina Jolie's decision to undergo double mastectomy is 'absolutely heroic'

In article titled 'My Medical Choice' the Tomb Raider star writes describes taking drastic medical action to reassure her children she won't die of the disease that killed their grandmother aged 56

Angelina Jolie during the G8 Meeting which she attended with William Hague in April

Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy puts genetic key to breast cancer in the spotlight

The developing science of DNA profiling helped the actress decide to have a double mastectomy

Angelina Jolie with her father Jon Voight

'I'm as surprised as anyone': Angelina Jolie's father Jon Voight first learnt of her double mastectomy by reading it online

The veteran actor said he "absolutely" respected Jolie's decision not to tell him

Angelina Jolie and her mother Marcheline Bertrand
31 Jul 2001. The actress has undergone a double mastectomy having been given an 87% chance of contracting breast cancer. Her mother died of the disease aged 56.

Has Angelina Jolie started a health revolution by revealing double mastectomy?

From her late mother, Angelina Jolie inherited the acting bug and a commitment to humanitarian causes. But as the Oscar-winning actress explained in the New York Times, she also inherited a “faulty” gene, which dramatically increased her risk of breast and ovarian cancers.

Jane Netherton pictured with her husband

Case study: BRCA2 gene test revealed 'I had an 85-90% risk of getting breast cancer'

Jane Netherton, 58, lives in Plymouth, Devon. Like Angelina Jolie, she underwent a double mastectomy to lower the risk of getting breast cancer.

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