‘Know yourself and your options’


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Charlotte Sellers


A dozen years ago, doctors told me an “abnormality” on my mammogram could be cancer.

I reported to the hospital as directed, as many women have, and learned after the biopsy that I had a small cancer in my right breast. Actually the spot had been on a mammogram a year earlier, but the radiologist had missed it. Fortunately, the spot still was small.

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