Breast cancer patient says screening ultrasound gave her a chance at life

10/1/2013 | Tri-State Media (Indiana-Illinois)

Lory White believes an elective breast ultrasound has given her the chance to beat breast cancer. White pursued an ultrasound even after a negative mammogram because she had a nagging feeling that her dense breast tissue could be hiding something. As White continues to battle cancer, she celebrates every moment and is spreading the word that mammography may not be enough.

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