Patient Stories
 Alana — Facing your fears

Despite a family history of breast cancer, 59-year-old Alana let her fear of pain stand in the way of having a mammogram—a fear that almost cost her life. As a result, Alana had to face a greater challenge than a few minutes of discomfort: stage 3 breast cancer.

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 Joan — Regular mammograms can mean early detection

Like many women, Joan knows the importance of annual mammograms. In 2008, her vigilance helped detect her cancer early. Today, she’s cancer free.

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 Mary — Stage 4 survivor

While in the shower one day, Mary discovered a lump. Luckily she also discovered a care team that helped her beat her disease.

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 Robyn — Living with hope and compassion

Fit, active and dedicated to living a healthful lifestyle, Robyn was devastated when she learned she had cancer. Thankfully, her doctors and nurses allayed her fears and lifted her spirits throughout her illness and recovery.

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 Sherrie – Making time for your annual mammogram

For years, Sherrie was vigilant about getting her annual mammogram, but for no specific reason, she stopped. Several years later, she awoke with an achy upper arm and a sore breast—inflammatory breast cancer.

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