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Routine screening saved my life, says breast cancer survivor Katy

A TAYNUILT woman whose life was saved by breast screening is urging women not to ignore routine appointments.

Kathy Murgatroyd was shocked when a routine appointment three years ago uncovered cancer. The former outdoors instructor, who is now in remission but still has yearly check-ups, had no signs anything was wrong and had always taken up routine screening invitations when the mobile breast unit came to Oban in 2015.

‘I just went along as usual. I had no signs whatsoever but when the results letter came back three weeks later it was a fat letter and I thought that doesn’t look like good news - it wasn’t.

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