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  • Louisa Steyl

Cancer survivor advocates for regular breast checks

It had been just 10 months since Lisa Rabbidge’s last mammogram when she noticed what would prove to be aggressive breast cancer.

What followed was months of doctor's appointments, surgery, chemotherapy, and oral medication, which she’ll be on for the next five to 10 years.

Her experience highlights the importance of regular screening and surveillance for finding cancer early, Rabbidge says; “It’s life-saving.”

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