Stillwater mayor films mammogram ad; learns she has cancer

Ponca City Now - July 29, 2016 9:47 am

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) – The mayor of Stillwater has been diagnosed breast cancer after filming a public service announcement to promote a hospital's new 3-D mammography technology.

The Stillwater News Press reports that Mayor Gina Noble and Stillwater Medical Center staff held a news conference Wednesday to discuss her diagnosis of stage zero breast cancer.

Noble learned of her diagnosis within 24 hours.

Medical center CEO Denise Webber thanked Noble for wanting to promote the importance of early detection following this sudden development in her life. Webber said the procedure shows the importance in technological advances.

 

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