Two sisters celebrate another year of surviving breast cancer

By: 
Kate Wimberly
Staff Writer

At the age of 47, Malinda Primus’ life was turned upside down when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer. Primus stated that something did not feel quite right, so she performed a self-exam. Upon finding a lump on her right breast, she made a doctor’s appointment for a mammogram right away. The doctor verified Primus’ intuition that it did not belong there, and wanted to have it removed and see if it was cancerous. In order to get other opinions, Primus went to two other doctors, who verified the initial doctor’s findings.

Primus recounts her reaction to learning the lump was malignant.

To read more of this article see the Thursday, October 22nd edition of the Observer News Enterprise.

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