Meghan Geivett is living proof that early detection saves lives. She was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer after her first routine mammogram at age 40. After chemotherapy and a double mastectomy, she’s now in remission.

Dr. Ruby Meierotto, Breast Radiologist at Saint Luke's Cancer Institute, talks about the importance of prevention, and Meghan shares her message for other women. 

Watch the full story below. 

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