Their Doctors Told Them They Had “Nothing To Worry About” — But These Three Women Pushed Back, And They Were Right

Published Oct 1, 2019

Their Doctors Told Them They Had “Nothing To Worry About” — But These Three Women Pushed Back, And They Were Right

Jill Kargman, J.B. Ward, and Marisa Strupp were all told at first that the cancerous lumps in their vaginas were nothing serious. But they pushed back -- and were right.

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