At age 39, Libby had never felt any lump or had any issue with breast health. So, she wasn’t too concerned when she received a phone call from Women’s Imaging at Lexington Medical Center a few days after her routine mammogram.
When Stacey Rostek swings her long dark blonde hair to the side, you can see a question-mark-shaped scar on her scalp. Although it’s barely visible, it’s a reminder that this wife and mom of three young children was diagnosed with a brain tumor one year ago.
Lexington Medical Center participates in a number of cancer-related clinical trials for patients. Some are through the hospital’s affiliation with Duke Health’s oncology program. The treatments give patients access to a wide variety of treatments with a goal of better outcomes for patients in the Midlands and beyond.
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