Kate Payne, 32, is cancer-free after undergoing a double mastectomy last year. She had an aunt who got diagnosed with breast cancer at 26, which prompted her to seek genetics testing.
Kate Payne, 32, is cancer-free after undergoing a double mastectomy last year. She had an aunt who got diagnosed with breast cancer at 26, which prompted her to seek genetics testing. Courtesy of Kate Payne
Kate Payne, 32, is cancer-free after undergoing a double mastectomy last year. She had an aunt who got diagnosed with breast cancer at 26, which prompted her to seek genetics testing. Courtesy of Kate Payne

She had a genetics test at age 30, then a double mastectomy

May 03, 2017 02:47 PM

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