Diagnosed With Breast Cancer? Always Get a Second Opinion, Experts Say

Mammograms are not something most women look forward to, but just like the 37 million other women who get a routine mammogram each year, Judy Valencia of Saginaw, Mich., has been vigilant about her check-ups. "My sister had breast cancer, my mother had breast cancer and my three aunts also had breast cancer," Valencia told "Nightline" anchor Cynthia McFadden. But when doctors saw an abnormality on one of her mammograms, they decided to biopsy Valencia's breast tissue. Based on the results of...Full Story
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