A few weeks before she was scheduled to have her first mammogram, Kristen Moss (above) discovered a lump in her breast. A biopsy confirmed that the lump was cancer—specifically, HER2 positive breast cancer, a typically aggressive form. When Moss, 40, asked a friend at the American Cancer Society where she should go for treatment, the friend sent her to Emory Winship Cancer Institute. Read more >
From the Executive VP:
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The Last Word:
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