Wife, 39, Thought She Was Too Young Even To Need A Mammogram: It Turned Out She Had Cancer, And She Credits A Clinical Trial For Saving Her Life

Published Aug 20, 2022

Wife, 39, Thought She Was Too Young Even To Need A Mammogram: It Turned Out She Had Cancer, And She Credits A Clinical Trial For Saving Her Life

After a grim prognosis, Sarah Smith demanded a second opinion and entered a clinical trial she believes has kept her going.

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