Stay Strong, Kari On
Kari Tiffany knew her family had a history of breast cancer, so at 36, she went in for her first mammogram.
It came out negative, and by her own admission, she was a “bad girl” and didn’t have her second mammogram until she was 42. That time she wasn’t as fortunate.
“I just went for a routine mammogram, because I had a strong family history of breast cancer,” Kari said. “I didn’t even get out of the hospital and they were calling my cell phone saying, ‘We see a little something here and we would like to have you come back.’ I went from having a routine mammogram to having both my breasts removed in two weeks’ time.”
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