Identical twin sisters battle duplicate breast cancer diagnoses

Meagan McCallum and Courtney Werner were diagnosed just months apart.

While the mammogram came back clear, an ultrasound showed an abnormality, forcing McCallum to undergo a biopsy.

PHOTO: Twin sisters Meagan McCallam and Courtney Werner shared a duplicate breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 42.

Twin sisters Meagan McCallam and Courtney Werner shared a duplicate breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 42.

Twin sisters Meagan McCallam and Courtney Werner shared a duplicate breast cancer diagnosis at the age of 42.

The biopsy showed McCallum had invasive ductal carcinoma, the most common type of breast cancer, found in 80% of diagnoses, according to BreastCancer.org, a “nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and community to those touched

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Princeton Longevity Center and PinnacleCare Announce Alliance to Provide Healthcare Advocacy Support for Patients with Life-Changing Diagnoses

Experts in Preventive Medicine/Executive Health and Concierge Health Advisory Firm Join Forces for Better Patient Access to Specialists, Improved Outcomes

Princeton Longevity Center (PLC), the leading experts in preventive medicine and executive health, and PinnacleCare, the premier concierge health advisory firm, today announced that they are partnering so patients will have access to renowned specialists nationwide and facilitated appointments for clinically significant findings requiring quick and expert follow-up.

When a patient receives a life-changing diagnosis, a professional health advisory firm can make all the difference in ensuring the best outcomes by expertly navigating the complexities of the healthcare system. PinnacleCare identifies the best specialists in the country, expedites all appointments and seamlessly manages all details.

“For most PLC patients, findings tend to be more minor and can be corrected with simple intervention,” said Dr. David Fein, medical director at PLC. “But for some, a day at PLC will be life-changing.

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Ohio Gov. DeWine makes Sunday ‘Day of Prayer’ for President Trump, first lady amid COVID-19 diagnoses

Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Gov. Jon Husted have issued a proclamation declaring Sunday, Oct. 4 a ‘Day of Prayer’ for President Trump and first lady Melania Trump, who both recently tested positive for the COVID-19.

DeWine said in the order that Ohioans have “long turned to prayer during difficult and trying times as a source of strength and comfort.” He also said the special day was aimed at all those suffering from or impacted by the disease.

According to the Ohio Department of Health’s latest update on Saturday, there are more than 148,000 confirmed coronavirus cases and more than 4,600 related deaths in the state.

WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF MARK MEADOWS CONFIRMS TRUMP’S CONDITION DETERIORATED ON FRIDAY

President Trump announced on Friday that both he and the first lady tested positive for COVID-19.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump on stage at the end of the first presidential debate Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020, at Case Western University and Cleveland Clinic, in Cleveland, Ohio. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump on stage at the end

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The Latest: WH virus protocol not changing despite diagnoses | National politics

Trump announced earlier Friday that he and the first lady have tested positive for the virus. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, who attended the ceremony, also announced on Friday that he has tested positive for coronavirus.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health is encouraging people who were at President Donald Trump’s campaign rally at Harrisburg International Airport on Saturday to get tested if they are feeling sick.

The department is asking people to download the COVID Alert PA phone app if they do test positive to anonymously alert people they may have come in contact with.

Thousands attended the outdoor rally, held hours after the president introduced his Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, from the Rose Garden at the White House. Those at the rally were required to pass through a security checkpoint and get their temperatures taken.

Trump announced earlier Friday that he and the first lady have tested positive

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