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Plane crash leads to breast cancer diagnosis

Several years ago, Anita Marth survived a plane crash in which she was critically injured, including head injuries, multiple rib fractures, broken collarbone and shoulder blade. As part of her medical treatment she received a CT scan that detected something in her breast and doctors suggested she follow up with a mammogram. At the time, doctors were focused on saving her life. Two years later, a mammogram confirmed breast cancer. Today, Anita is in remission and shared why she now realizes the importance of doing self-exams for breast cancer. Click here to learn more about her incredible journey.

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Friday, October 19, 2018

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