I Was Relieved My Breast Cancer Diagnosis Wasn't Too Serious


"I'd have a lumpectomy and radiation—and this was not a terrible diagnosis" (1:01)
Gail's biopsies came back positive for ductile carcinoma. She went in two days later to take it out.

Gail's doctor reached her on the phone to say her core biopsies had come back positive, and she had ductile carcinoma. It was a scary time, she says, but knowing she'd be able to have a lumpectomy instead of a mastectomy meant the cancer wasn't as serious as it might have been—and she was relieved.

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