A Breast Self-Exam Saved Kristen's Life

Cherry Hill mom wants to shout it from the rooftops: get your mammogram, but don’t forget about your monthly self-check. That’s how Kristen Davidson discovered her breast cancer. Thanks to her diligence and the expert care she received at the Penn Medicine | Virtua Cancer Program, she’s now inspiring others to know their bodies. The Penn Medicine | Virtua Cancer Program offers the strength of two health care leaders close to home in South Jersey. Learn more about nationally accredited breast cancer care.

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