Showing cancer who’s bossCancer first robbed Nancy DeWolf of one of her breasts. Then it took something even more precious — her confidence and sense of control over her body. DeWolf was only 37 in 2004 when she had a mammogram at the urging of her primary care physician. Because of her murky family history — DeWolf is adopted — the doctor thought she shouldn’t wait until age 40, the recommended age for a first mammogram.
By: Krista Jahnke, Detroit Free Press