Leavenworth Times: Early Detection Key to Cancer Survivor's Battle

May 7, 2019

Lynn Engen's experience as a military spouse prepared her to be resilient. That trait served her well recently in a battle with cancer. 

Less than two months after her sister died of cancer, Engen was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer at Saint Luke's North Breast & Imaging Center

"Lynn really started herself on the path to cure by being her own advocate and getting her MRI," said Dr. Kelsey Flynt, the lead interpreting breast radiologist at Saint Luke's North Hospital. "She had two breast masses and abnormal lymph nodes on the left side, so getting her timely care was really important."

Read the full Leavenworth Times article on Lynn's journey.

Lynn Engen getting a book off the shelf at the library.

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