From: MammographySaves | August 24, 2010 | 189 views
Diagnosed at 45 with breast cancer, Robin not only urges women to start annual mammograms at age 40, but to make sure their friends and family get theirs, too.
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From: MammographySaves | August 24, 2010 | 13 views
The Mammography Saves Lives Coalition produced TV and radio public service announcements broadcast nationwide. They feature real women who survived breast cancer thanks to early diagnosis and treatment.
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My name is Suzanne Field and I am a 7-year breast cancer survivor. I have been going for mammograms since I was 32 years old, after losing my best friend to breast cancer when she was 33, leaving b...
I had a mammogram in 2009, but procrastinated on my 2010 check-up. I don’t have a family history of breast cancer. Sure, my father’s sister survived a serious bout with breast cancer. S...
I am a breast imaging radiologist. When I saw my screening mammogram at age 46, I knew I had breast cancer. Successful surgery, chemotherapy and radiation followed. I can now share my story with pa...
In July 2007, at only 44 years old, I was faced with very difficult news from my doctor. After a routine mammogram, I was told I needed a biopsy due to questionable views on the mammogram...
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