Self-exam. Get a mammogram. Advocate for yourself.
In 2021, Meg was diagnosed with Stage IIIc inflammatory breast cancer, one of the rarest and most aggressive forms of the disease, that was discovered only after a series of misdiagnoses at a local health care facility. Determined to live, Meg sought a second opinion at a world-renowned cancer facility. Through their expert care, her faith, the support of her family, friends and complete strangers, she now has no evidence of cancer.
Because of this, Meg is a fierce cheerleader for self-advocacy and second opinions.