A routine mammogram in April 2007 changed everything for Mary Beth Hall.
That is when she found out she had breast cancer, a disease she was all too familiar with.
“It was very scary because my mom died of breast cancer 11 years ago,” Hall said. “It was important that they found it early. That basically saved my life. I was getting mammograms every year like you’re supposed to.”
Hall, guidance counselor at Grant County High School, had surgery to remove the cancer, followed by aggressive chemotherapy and radiation treatments.