When Barbara Black went for her routine mammogram in 2007, her life suddenly changed.
Her doctor discovered a new micro calcification of cells in her right breast and wanted a biopsy immediately. She moved forward with it, and the results came back positive for ductal carnioma situ. Still, her doctor assured her that it was an easily treatable cancer. At the most, she would need a lumpectomy and radiation.
“I was thinking ‘it could be worse. … Continue reading Breast cancer survivors to share stories, raise awareness