Pharmacy director shares advocacy lessons from breast cancer journey

Amy Benson says she believes in early breast cancer detection and seeking multiple opinions, if necessary, to advocate for one’s own health.

LIBERTY — Amy Benson, pharmacy director at Liberty Hospital, knows her family has a history of breast cancer. So, at the age of 35, she had her first mammogram.

Following the proper visit schedule, Benson said the May 2018 test resulted in the discovery of what a radiologist thought might have been a cyst.

Southeast Editor Kellie Houx can be reached at kellie.houx@mycouriertribune.com or 389-6630.

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