Meg’s Treatment

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Meg is a 52 year-old woman married and a mother to three children. She comes from a long family history of breast cancer with both her mother and older sister having been similarly diagnosed. She talks about the importance of getting second opinions and how that convinced her to have a lumpectomy followed by radiation versus a double mastectomy. Meg was lucky to have a strong network of friends and family that helped her through her journey. She now works for the Cancer Support Community to aid those less fortunate.

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ContributorMeg, 52Read Full Bio

Biography

Meg is a 52 year-old woman married and a mother to three children. She comes from a long family history of breast cancer with both her mother and older sister having been similarly diagnosed. She talks about the importance of getting second opinions and how that convinced her to have a lumpectomy followed by radiation versus a double mastectomy. Meg was lucky to have a strong network of friends and family that helped her through her journey. She now works for the Cancer Support Community to aid those less fortunate.

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Watch as Meg talks about having lumpectomy surgery with radiation.

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