Six months after a routine mammogram, Louisa Ramos, 65, returned to BSA Harrington Cancer Center.
“The doctors saw some spots in my right breast but were not sure if it was cancer, so they told me to come back in six months,” said Louisa.
At her six-month appointment in March 2017, Louisa was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer and needed surgery and radiation.
“It was a scary feeling when I found out that I had cancer because I didn’t know what to expect,” said Louisa. This would be Louisa’s first time to have surgery, other than the birth of her two children.Read More